Superfoods and Medium Chain Triglycerides

Nature, Macro, Blueberry, Blue Superfood

A blueberry can be defined as a “superfood” however that’s not it alone, the idea is to extract the raw energy fluids from organically grown food and combine them into a concoction that maximizes the benefits of each and every ingredient, boost absorption by ingesting MCT oils that have been derived from natural sources, then add Ormus for superfood dessert.

blueberries superfood

Medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) are partially man-made fats. The name refers to the way the carbon atoms are arranged in their chemical structure. MCTs are generally made by processing coconut and palm kernel oils (superfood) in the laboratory. Usual dietary fats, by comparison, are long-chain triglycerides.

Along comes Ormus, a naturally occurring elemental state of matter. Ormus itself is not a material; every element and mineral has an “Ormus state” which exhibits nanoscale properties and phenomena, including: increased membrane permeability, higher melting point, altered electrical potentials, and different atomic structures.The word “Ormus” is not ours and does little to explain the true nature of these minerals. The word “Ormus” is a corruption of the acronym ORME’s, a term coined by David Radius Hudson which stands for “Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Elements”.

Monatomic blueberry superfood

Atomically Separated Inductive Natural Elements

A.S.I.N.E. Ocean Minerals are extracted from the West Coast of British Columbia through our patented Atomic Separation® process which isolates inductive material. After being extensively filtered and sterilized, our superfood products consist of naturally occurring elements that can revitalize the body and mind. See: A.S.I.N.E. Ocean Mineral Substrate

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