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Minerals - Molybdenum

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Nature’s Metabolic Balancer

Molybdenum is an essential trace mineral that aids in the final stage on nitrogen metabolism. It regulates the body’s acid/alkaline pH balance.

For each pH bases point (e.g. 6.1 or 6.2) the oxygen level is increased ten times. To put it mildly, liquid molybdenum is an incredible oxygenator.

As a result of its ability to oxygenate, liquid molybdenum is a fat burner converting fat to energy. When the body is deficient in molybdenum, like a wood stove that lacks oxygen, it becomes sluggish, smoky, and an inefficient fat storing machine. Many metabolic dysfunctions can be traced back to molybdenum deficiency.

When the body is nutritionally sound with ample stores of liquid molybdenum, it becomes a highly efficient, energetic, fat burning machine.

Molybdenum deficiency is associated with cancer, male impotency, mouth and gum disorders

Molybdenum helps free iron from the liver. It works with the body enzyme pathway to help eliminate nitrogen waste byproducts by turning them into uric acid, which is then readily eliminated

Molybdenum promotes general wellbeing and helps convert carbohydrate metabolism to energy. It increases libido, strengthens dental enamel, and induces sleep.

Because of molybdenum’s ability to raise the body’s pH and in effect alkalize the body, it may be beneficial in the treatment of cancer, viruses, and parasites.

Natural food sources of molybdenum: Kale Oat groats Organic meats Liver Green peas Nutritional yeast Spinach Black beans Raw wheat germ Romaine Steel cut oats Naturopathic food medicine formulas: Green gorilla Spinach juice powder Chinese pea pod powder Garden food juice powder Super blood building broth Hickory smoked good tasting nutritional yeast Phytonutrient/nutraceutical supplements: Endurill Green gorilla Super juice plus 21 vegetables Some symptoms of molybdenum deficiency: Gout Low pH Candidiasis Acne Cirrhosis Bell’s palsy AIDS Diabetes High toxicity E. Coli Acidosis Athletes foot Lupus Pale skin Canker sores Herpes Parasites Lyme disease Cancer Allergies Epstein bar virus Anemia Insomnia Prostate infection Eczema Colds/flu Bladder infection Obesity Brain fog Multiple sclerosis Asthma Impotency Liver dysfunction Obesity Ring worm Chemical exposure Anthrax Depression Gulf war syndrome Cavities Hepatitis C Environmental disease