ConcenTrace® is made from Utah’s Great Salt Lake inland seawater, which contains, in the form of a balanced concentration of electrolytes, more than 72 bioavailable ionic trace elements, including magnesium. ConcenTrace® is ideal for active people.
Take ConcenTrace® daily to optimize your health!
In the absence of minerals, vitamins lose their beneficial properties. When it lacks vitamins, our body can still absorb minerals; on the other hand, our body needs minerals to absorb vitamins. Electrolytes are essential for our cells to work properly, and they contribute to maintaining our body’s acid-base (pH) balance, which allows better assimilation of vitamins and nutrients.
Your Body Needs Minerals Your body is powered by a very complex electric network. In order for it to stay balanced and perform at optimum efficiency, you need to constantly replenish yourself with minerals and trace elements. If you are one of the 90% of Americans who, according to experts, suffer mineral imbalance or deficiency, your electric network may lose efficiency so you feel rundown and tired.
An All-Natural Solution of Minerals and Trace Elements ConcenTrace® is extracted directly from a natural source that took thousands of years to create. Over these millenniums, minerals have been broken down to their most natural state, and they have become naturally charged. These electrolytes are bioavailable and soluble in water. And this source precisely contains the same proportions of electrolytes as the organic fluids in the human body, without synthetically produced compounds or deadly heavy metals.
ConcenTrace®is a concentrate to be diluted in water or in your favorite beverage. It contains no added preservation, flavouring or sweetening agents. Ninety-nine percent (99%) of its sodium content has been removed by means of solar evaporation
* The best-selling trace mineral supplement in North America. Source: SPINSscan Natural Channel, 52-week period ending April 20, 2014.
Concentrated desalinated inland sea water from the Great Salt Lake, Utah