Liquid minerals for people who don’t absorb them well?

Motif

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There’s zinc drops, selenium, molybdenum etc.

i think i don’t absorb none of them well, but zinc and copper are probably the worst.

what do you think about this Product :




any digestion advices are appreciated too. (Floating too bright and soft stools)
 

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Up. I really need a copper supplement along with zinc.
 

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Ray's response to my question :
We absorb essential minerals very well from foods; the non-ionized minerals are sometimes better assimilated. The products containing “ionic minerals” usually contain a random assortment of elements, many of them toxic.
 

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Ray's response to my question :
We absorb essential minerals very well from foods; the non-ionized minerals are sometimes better assimilated. The products containing “ionic minerals” usually contain a random assortment of elements, many of them toxic.

not me. I don’t absorb them. That’s why I need to find a way.
 

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Started ionized copper. Will let you know how it’s affecting my symptoms. Should only take a few days til I feel if it helps or not.
 

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Did the ionized copper help? I'm also considering buying this form for supposedly better absorption
 

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