Earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust. We come from the soil, and at some point, we return to the soil. Common minerals that come from the soil can have a powerful effect on our bodies. Minerals in our soil where food is grown, and the surrounding elements, air and water, when ingested, relate to how much energy we have. Like spark plugs, minerals create energy and make our bodies run.

The calcium to potassium ratio and the sodium to magnesium ratio are like the throttle on the linkage of a car, or oxidation rate and determine how well the adrenals and thyroid are functioning. When oxidation rate is excessive fast or slow, the efficiency of energy production decreases dramatically.

Cadmium, mercury, lead, aluminum, and iron toxicity can impair the immune system by interfering with vital enzyme functions. Toxic metals block the energy in the body somewhat like when your car’s sparkplugs get gummed up or other parts of your car need a good cleaning to run smoother. Removal of these toxic metals through a nutritional balancing program will enhance the immune system.

Bernard Jensen, a well-respected physician, once said, “All sick people are tired.” An underlying factor in all illness is fatigue. Disease arises when the body is unable to rebuild itself and defend itself due to low energy. The concept of low energy does not apply to every situation; however it has a wide application when it comes to difficult chronic and degenerative diseases.

A nutritional balancing supplement program assists in strengthening the immune system. It works especially well for chronic infections. In addition, getting plenty of rest, fresh air, sensible diet can be of great help.

Author's Bio: 

Grace Allison is a successful wellness, business development and marketing coach. She has faced many life challenges, including a life-threatening disease, and used what she encountered as a stimulus to gain greater happiness and fulfillment. She lives in Lubbock, Texas, where she leads workshops and maintains a private health and success coaching practice