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Quinton and Its Role in Fertility and Pregnancy

Tuesday, March 7th 2023 10:00am 3 min read
Dr. Jessica Peatross dr.jess.md @drjessmd

Hospitalist & top functional MD who gets to the root cause. Stealth infection & environmental toxicity keynote speaker.

When you are trying to get pregnant, your body needs to function at an optimal level. This means ensuring that you get the appropriate levels and minerals and trace elements each day. Our modern diets can be significantly deficient in these minerals and trace elements. Indeed, government reports show that trace elements in our food supply have declined as much as 67% from their levels 40 years ago.

But our need for those trace elements has not declined. We still need them, especially when we want to get pregnant.

Quinton as an optimum source of minerals and trace elements

Many of these minerals and trace elements are very rare in land-raised foods like meats and vegetables. However, our oceans still contain what our bodies need to be healthy. The action of zooplankton and phytoplankton makes these trace elements available to our bodies so our cells can use them, especially during reproduction.

Quinton is such an element, and it is a mineral-rich seawater product that is harvested from a plankton bloom. Specifically, the harvest takes place in the pristine, internationally protected area of the Bay of Biscay in the Atlantic Ocean off of France. It is micro-filtered to pharmaceutical grade.

Quinton contains 78 minerals and trace elements in the right proportions for our bodies to function at optimal levels.

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