about ultra colloids

Zulgtal Lab's
the originator of the "Ultra-Colloid" Mineral Supplements
Zulgtal Lab's
jjjjj
Thank you for visiting
TrueHealthFacts.com
Copyright © 2014 TrueHealthFacts.com  All rights reserved.
Privacy and Disclaimer Statement
Contact us
Site Map - navigate
About Colloids    



“Taste” in your Colloidal Supplement.





The 3 Most Common Problems found in “Broad Spectrum” Colloidal
Mineral or liquid mineral supplements:


1.  
The Mineral Supplement you are taking have “BAD TASTE” ?

When it comes to mineral supplements: “Follow Your Tongue”.

If your tongue is sending you a sour message it doesn’t mean the product
ingredients are decaying. The “Horrid Taste” in your mouth is likely
telling you:

*
The ingredients contain elements that may be naturally toxic or harmful
to the human body.
*
The
PROPORTION of the respective elements is seriously wrong. (or
both).

What would a cake taste like with 4 cups of salt and a half teaspoon of
flour?

Consult the ingredient list of mineral supplement and ask two obvious
questions:

1. Are any ingredients listed on your supplement label NOT found on a
chart that lists the (below)elements used by the human body

2. If the ingredient IS listed on the BODY ELEMENTS CHART then is
it “Out of Position” or TO HIGH UP on the chart, indicating UNSAFE
RELATIVE CONCENTRATION to other elements on the body chart.
(Consult the Body Elements and Concentration charts below to compare).



2. Does your Colloidal Mineral Supplement look “Cloudy, Murky or
Muddy”?

Would you drink from a “Murky” mountain stream ???

*
Minerals either soluble or insoluble naturally exist in any given
mountain stream. Soluble minerals are ALWAYS clear.
*
Insoluble minerals naturally existing in a mountain stream only exist as a
Colloid, or “particulate in suspension”. Only in a high concentrates of
select elements would colloids show their color and only as a
“Transparent Color”. “Murky” appearance indicates either pollution,
agglomeration, partial suspension, or excessively large (not bio-
available) particulate sizes.



3.
 Is your Colloidal Mineral Supplement “tasteless”?  Would you buy
orange juice with no orange taste?

*
If you want to buy expensive water, tasteless broad spectrum mineral
supplements would likely be your best bet, again,
CONSULT YOUR
TONGUE!
*
The “No taste – No Mineral” problem does not usually exist in broad
spectrum mineral supplements but is an EPIDEMIC among single
mineral supplements such as colloidal silver or colloidal gold.
Ultra Colloidal Minerals
Colloidal vs. Ionic – Mineral
Debate Summary
About Colloids
PRODUCTS AVAILABLE
Mineral Max Element Chart
Liquid Minerals or Dead Tablets?
Likely Mineral Candidates to
Supplement
Highest Quality…Competitive
Pricing
Supplement Guidance
Body Elements Chart
The Heart Disease Plaque
Solution Calcium Magnesium Zinc
ZULGTAL LABS PRODUCT
QUALITY TESTING
Why Silver Mountain Minerals
QUALITY Check List
Pages