Eat dirt and be well
I am a great fan of “dirt ” (actually soil-based compounds) as part of one’s diet, and have devoted an entire section to it in The Wellness Project. It has to be “clean” material, free from toxins, derived from ancient deposits.
As a researcher in the fields of paleopathology, anthropology, zoopharmacognosy (animal self healing), and ethnobotany, the relevance of soil-based compounds in nature’s plan for wellness is quite clear.
Over the millennia, our ancestors and many other animal species have used these compounds for self -healing, including clay, spore-forming bacteria, and humic/fulvic acids. NASA has even certified a particular clay for astronaut use.
Nature has provided soil compounds that act to remove toxins from the environment, such as heavy metals – mercury, lead, arsenic, etc. It is my hypothesis that the same effects can be implemented in the body, under certain conditions.
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