MLG-50™ Fulvic Mineral Powder
Supports mitochondrial function *
Supports general health and wellbeing*
MLG-50™ fulvic mineral powder is produced from humic source materials (humates). It can be thought of as being a mineral powder with high fulvic acid content, with both being part of a fulvic mineral complex. MLG-50™ contains important minerals, including sulfur, potassium, calcium, and magnesium, as well as rare trace minerals. Fulvic acid is a substance found in humus, the nutritious layer of soil made up of partially decomposed matter, produced by microbes as they break down organic matter. Fulvic acid is also the main bioactive of Shilajit, a tar-like, mineral-rich substance that forms over centuries from the slow decay of plants and exudes from rocks of high mountain ranges such as the Himalayas. Shilajit has been used in Ayurveda for 3000 years for the support of general health and well-being.
MLG-50™ is produced from a unique deposit located in the Southern United States that contains both fresh and salt water organic components.
MLG-50™ is a mineral powder with high fulvic acid content (more than 20%), along with humic acids, trace minerals and electrolytes, 13 organic acids, amino acids, and 22 flavonoids.
MLG-50™ is a non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free, and certified Kosher ingredient.
MLG-50™ is a trademark of Mineral Logic, LLC.
The supplier of MLG-50™ suggests a serving of 100 mg. This serving supplies fulvic acid, minerals, trace minerals, trace elements, electrolytes, amino acids, organic acids, and 22 flavonoids. We use the suggested amount of MLG-50™.
Supports mitochondrial function*
Supports mitochondrial electron transport chain function* 
Supports oxidative phosphorylation efficiency* 
Supports healthy mitochondrial membrane potential* 
General health and wellbeing*
Supports neuroprotective functions* 
Supports HPA axis function* 
Supports cardioprotective functions* 
Supports muscle strength and adaptation* [4,5]
Supports intestinal barrier function* [6–8]
Supports antioxidant defenses* [1,8]
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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