CHD-FA™ – the only fulvic acid that has been subjected to costly antimicrobial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, type 2 diabetes and cosmetic testing.
Fulvic Acid is known as nature’s miracle molecule. Mother earth naturally produces fulvic acid and the life-giving properties are simply astonishing.
Unfortunately, modern farming techniques have depleted our soils from natural occurring fulvic acid. This has led to many suppliers of fulvic acid using desperate means of extracting fulvic acid from various unsavoury sources, such has sewerage  which is harmful to human and animal health.
As a consumer, you hold the power in your hands to ensure that the products you use are safe for human consumption. The supplier of any fulvic acid product should reveal the source from which their product is derived, as this affects the quality of the final product.
You are what you eat
Human beings require varying amounts of approximately 12 major and 10 minor/trace elements. Along with these the body requires at least 90 growth and maintenance nutrients including amino acids, the above major and minor trace elements, vitamins, and other nutritional factors.
Sadly, food sources are lacking in many nutrients due to contemporary farming practices . There are generally 4 sources of food in modern society:
- Supermarkets (selling mass-produced products of varying quality)
- Smaller speciality stores such as high-end grocers, butchers and organic shops.
- Organic farmers markets (mostly fresh from the farm)
If we fail to supply the cells in our bodies with the essential growth and maintenance nutrients we will experience a breakdown in metabolic functions, which, if substantial, can result in the onset of disease or the manifestation of some related defect.
Just as the consumer has a choice about the food we eat, we also have a choice about the source and quality of fulvic acid we consume.
As certificates of analysis are often lacking in the wholesaling of fulvic acid, it is often difficult to establish the exact source. The difference between CHD-Fulvic Acid™ and other fulvic acids is described in an earlier article.
Thus, as we have different sources of food, so we have different sources of fulvic acid.
Why choose CHD-FA™ over other fulvic acids?
- It’s sourced from a common carbohydrate that has been used worldwide daily for hundreds of years
- Promotes the absorption of minerals, thus being beneficial when used in nutrient-deficient situations by allowing optimum uptake of limited nutrients
- It has been proven that when used it enhances nutrient uptake in both aquaculture and agriculture as described in previous articles
- It does not produce toxic trihalomethanes when packaged in plastic
- Is the only fulvic acid that has been subjected to human trials for both ingested and topical use
- Has a proven safety profile has been published in articles
- Is the only fulvic acid that has been subjected to costly antimicrobial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, type 2 diabetes and cosmetic testing
It is important to note that when reviewing various fulvic acid websites, how similar the claims are. Furthermore, when studying the references to the claims, they are all pretty similar. We have even seen our own published results being referenced by other fulvic acid suppliers and passed off as their research, which just proves how vigilant we need to be when checking ingredients.
Please take the time to read other CHD-FA™ articles on the internet and draw your conclusions as for the requirement for humanity to have both CHD-FA™ in their diet as well as in their medicine chests to treat a variety of ailments.