It's Not What You Consume, It's What You ABSORB!


Have you ever wondered how our body processes the nutrients we put into it?

Most people think their body absorbs all the good nutrients from the things they eat and drink, however, our digestive system is a bit more complicated . As Victoria Freeman states in Experience Life, “Consuming the right foods is not the end of the nutritional story, and just because something makes it to your stomach doesn’t mean your body will actually use it as you intended.”

“Whether they’re from food or supplements, nutrients aren’t technically in your body until they’ve been absorbed,” explains Stella Volpe, PhD, RD, Associate Professor of Nursing and Miriam Stirl Term Endowed Chair in Nutrition at the University of Pennsylvania. “Until absorption, things are just passing through.”

Vitamins and minerals can be absorbed in ways besides just eating, including directly through your skin, however the most common way is through your mouth. The absorption process begins as you chew and continues through your esophagus and throughout your digestive system, but the majority occurs in the upper portion of your small intestine. Your body breaks down the foods and liquids you intake and pushes it along to the small intestine for absorption through its walls into your bloodstream.

EarthWater is comprised of 70+ life essential 100% natural trace minerals provided by it’s proprietary blend of fulvic & humic compounds which turns the water black and gives it a natural 9.5 pH. This mineral composition helps the human body hydrate better, absorb nutrients faster and replenish electrolytes well beyond regular water.

Generally scientists agree, the most effective way for our body to absorb much needed vitamins and minerals is by consuming them in liquid form like EarthWater, versus a solid form such as food or pill supplements.

By drinking just one bottle of EarthWater a day you are providing your body its much needed nutrients and hydration vital in living a healthy life.

For additional information, read Victoria Freeman’s article “All About Absorption” -