We believe there is not a compound made by nature or man that in fact will heal anything. It is only you that can heal you. Everything we consume is designed to provide the body with elemental compounds which will allow the body to function optimally. Every living organism has evolved to optimally function without feeling at dis-ease. In order for this to happen though, the cells must have access to all the essential compounds including minerals, fats, amino acids and carbohydrates. Without a full complement of all in adequate levels, feeling at dis-ease will be the outcome.
Minerals are vital to the human body. Minerals govern every chemical process that occurs in our cells. Ionic minerals are atoms with an electrical charge, making them the ‘spark’ that starts up the many manufacturing actions that our body does every day.
In life’s daily activities and efforts to get our work or play accomplished, we sometimes experience minor scrapes or burns that, while not life threatening, are annoying and uncomfortable. What we are many times faced with is having to do normal functions in odd ways so as not to feel any discomfort. Then we forget and wham, we’re reminded of it again.
This question is frequently asked, and the answer is “it depends”. There is not a single answer for all of our solutions.
Iodine has been in and out of favor as a nutrient ever since it was isolated by a French chemist in 1811. He discovered it in seaweed (kelp) while attempting to make saltpeter to be used in gunpowder. In the early 1900s, iodine was a common recommendation of doctors for a myriad of conditions. (ref. Dr. John Meyer)
XYLITOL—a natural sweetener derived from certain fruits, vegetables, berries, and nutshells—is proven to be safe and effective in preventing and even reversing tooth decay. Research shows that regular use of xylitol-containing products—such as gums, candies, lozenges, and toothpaste—can halt tooth decay in its tracks and even promote the healing of cavities that are already underway.
When I first started working at Eidon, it was 2015 and I was about 40lbs heavier. As a college student, my diet consisted of things like In-N-Out burgers, deli sandwiches on white bread, beer drinking games, and all kinds of desserts! I thought I could eat whatever as long as I stayed active.