The human body has more than 600 muscles, which enable it to breathe, pump blood, move freely, lift things, and lead an active lifestyle. Excess sugar, all too common in today’s diets, damages muscles, making them stiff and weak,but a new liquid mineral complex can help. Mineral Biosciences® Totála® Cellular Health protects against excess sugar damage and enhances the results of nutritious food choices and exercise to maintain healthy muscles and strength.

Why Sugar Damages Muscles

Although muscles naturally shrink with age, biopsies have revealed that glycation, a harmful sugar-related process is another factor contributing to muscle damage.

Glycation occurs when excess sugar molecules combine with proteins and form harmful rogue molecules called Advanced Glycation End-products, or AGEs. As well as harming muscles, AGEs damage all the other types of tissues. Signs include older-looking skin, stiffer arteries, and higher levels of chronic inflammation.

How Totála® Cellular Health Works

Totála® Cellular Health contains Totála® Ionic Mineral Complex, a naturally-sourced plant mineral extract that is patented as an anti-glycation composition. It contains at least 25 major, minor, and trace minerals in an “ionic” form, meaning very small particles that are more easily absorbed throughout the human body. They are extracted with a chemical-free process from ancient mineral deposits in the United States. Millions of years ago, these locations were covered in lush vegetation and, over time, became fossilized.

Scientific research has shown that Totála® Ionic Mineral Complex reduces the formation of harmful AGEs, enhances energy production within muscle cells, and helps support healthy blood sugar levels. A study published in the International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research tested Totála® Ionic Mineral Complex on human cells and in diabetic mice. Researchers concluded: “To our best knowledge, this is the first description ever of a fossil material having anti-glycation activity in pre-clinical models.”

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