Indium is a trace element (number 49 in the table of elements).
A track element is a particle that must be present in minimal amounts in the diet of an organism in order to promote good growth and function. Examples of other trace elements are zinc, copper and selenium.
In his book on Indium describes Dr. Morton Walker Indium how important it is for the absorption of any other minerals and trace elements in the body.
Research has shown that indium is a basic ingredient for the production of hormones. But unfortunately today Indium is not part of our food. Between us 25th-40th year Indium stock gets into our bodies and begin to emerge the first signs of deficiency and old age.
It has been found that the hormone Indium glands in the body again late function optimally, making it turns back biological clock. Therefore, Indium is also called the "rejuvenation trace element".
In 1970, Dr. has Schroeder investigated Indium and discovered that the absorption of minerals and trace elements by the institutions with the intake of Indium is increased by an average of 142%. This was particularly the case with chromium, zinc, copper and manganese. Also, it has been found that through the use of Indium as a dietary supplement, the pituitary gland, pineal gland and hypothalamus, as well as 31, hormones, again would function optimally in the body.
Indium is not approved as a dietary supplement by the European legislation. Contact us about the use of Indium.