If you’re one of the 170 million Americans who take dietary supplements, there’s something you should know. Whether it’s tablets, caplets, capsules, softgels, chewables, powders, or liquid supplements, a large part of what you’re taking goes unabsorbed. This is usually the result of a pill’s inability to dissolve completely into your body before passing through your digestive tract, or in some instances, caused by health issues that lead to malabsorption such as celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, lactose intolerance, and intestinal damage. Another reason is due to synthetic ingredients combined with the minerals which your body won’t metabolize and absorb. And because many of these vitamins and supplements go untested, price or brand do not necessarily reflect higher quality.
Some might also have the misconception that liquid forms are the always the best. Although it is true that water is absorbed extremely quickly by our digestive and urinary systems, it is equally true that liquid can flow through our bodies just as fast. Powder supplements, although runs through your system with the water, do not pass through so readily. These small particles are more likely to catch on to the little microvillis within our small intestines, therefore increasing uptake.
But regardless of what type of supplements you take, scientific evidence has shown that fluvic and humic minerals influence the movement of molecules and help with the absorption process. Whether it’s with your meals, daily vitamins, or protein powder, washing it down in combination with our black water will help you better absorb these nutrients and get the most out of what you pay for.
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