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The Active Elements® System is based upon the belief that many health issues stem from mineral element imbalances within the body. These imbalances can occur for a variety of reasons, ranging from modern agricultural practises, to poor diet and stress.
Our Online Assessment System provides a simple way to determine the Active Elements®Formulas that may help your body to maintain its mineral balance.
The Active Elements® system is based upon the mineral salts Potassium phosphate, Potassium sulphate, Potassium chloride, Sodium chloride, Sodium phosphate, Sodium sulphate, Calcium phosphate, Calcium sulphate, Calcium fluoride, Magnesium phosphate, Iron phosphate and Silicon dioxide. Each of these inorganic mineral salts is made-up of positively and negatively charged elements. The positively charged element is called the 'Cation', and the negatively charged element is called the 'Anion'. Through electrical attraction these two elements are bound together to form a 'Mineral Salt'.
As mineral element Imbalances in the soil affect the health of plants and animals, so too can Imbalances affect the health of us humans as well. We can also suffer imbalances without realising it, because the first signs of a mineral element Imbalance are vague and very rarely noticed. If attention is sought for these early symptoms, they are most times misdiagnosed and treated as something else. Orthodox medicine quite often treats every symptom as if it were an illness in its own right. This is why a person can be prescribed a whole collection of drugs (particularly evident with the elderly). These symptoms may well be the body's way of letting us know that there is something wrong and hopefully giving us the opportunity to prevent an illness from developing. Prevention is always better than cure!
Mineral Element Imbalances are wide-spread and occur for a variety of reasons. Some identified reasons are:
The online assessment questionnaire considers the relationships that exist between calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium, phosphate, sulphate, chloride, iron, fluoride and silica, according to the information provided by the client. This data is then mathematically modelled to predict the most likely imbalances that exist for that person. The algorithms that drive our computer modelling were developed, tested and refined from decades of clinical observation.