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The little-known molecule of life

The Fulvic Acid contained in NuCell+ Daily Tonic has been called:

“the most important health-building compound because it is natures intended vehicle for transporting minerals and other nutrients into living cells.
This is not ‘just another supplement’ but a powerful, life-giving substance that is quietly disappearing from our food and this is taking a toll on human health

(NZ Journal of Natural Medicine 2020)

Did you know that humans need at least 90 nutrients to maintain optimal health?

  • 60 minerals
  • 16 vitamins
  • 12 amino acids
  • 2 essential acids

NuCell+Daily Tonic supports nutrient absorption from the food we eat and drink and helps correct deficiencies.

NuCell+Daily Tonic blends 100% NZ Fulvic Acid, extracted from an ancient mineral-rich seam deep within New Zealand with pure mineral water to support the immune system, energy levels and help detox the body.

NuCell+Daily Tonic with Fulvic Acid has been shown in studies to:

  • Support Nutrient Absorption +
    • NuCell+ Daily Tonic’s unique bio-absorption properties support your gut health and support your body’s access to essential nutrients and minerals.
    • The Fulvic acid contained in NuCell+ Daily Tonic supports the absorption of minerals and other nutrients rapidly into living cells. Fulvic acid’s small molecular weight coupled with the fact that it is water soluble makes it superior for working in the body to support absorption of vitamins and minerals (Reference 17|18|19|20|21).
  • Support the Immune System +
    • NuCell+ Daily Tonic supports a healthy immune system, and your body’s natural resistance.
    • Fulvic acid has been shown in studies to support the body’s natural immunity by supporting the absorption of vitamins and trace minerals, which are required by our immune systems (Reference 5|6|7|8|9).
  • Support Energy Levels +
    • NuCell+Daily Tonic has been shown in studies to help support healthy cellular energy levels.
    • Fulvic acid’s small molecular weight coupled with the fact that it is water soluble allows it to support the absorption of minerals and other nutrients into living cells. Nutrients and mineral are the building blocks for energy.
    • Fulvic acid supports energy levels by:
      • Supporting the metabolic function of CoQ10 in the body (Reference 1|2).
      • Supporting oxygen uptake for the generation of energy rich molecules necessary for metabolic processes (Reference 3).
      • Supporting blood flow through oxygenation (Reference 4).
    • Help Detox the Body +
      • NuCell+Daily Tonic has been shown in studies to support the removal of cellular waste and toxins from the body (Reference 10|11|12|13|14|15|16|17)



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