Liquid ppm to Mg Conversion

Liquid ppm to Mg Conversion

Recommendations for mineral supplements by the FDA and other sources are measured in mg. It is generally accepted that between 3% and 20% of the milligrams that are listed for capsules, tablets or pills actually become water-soluble, or usable by your body. Many pills, capsules and tablets pass through your body without dissolving at all due to impaired digestive processes. What a waste!

C R Supplements, LLC’s minerals are already in liquid form and ready for your body to start using. When you use C R Supplements, LLC’s liquid minerals, be conservative. Calculate 3% of the amount that your doctor recommended in mg. Compare that amount in mg to the C R Supplements, LLC’s milligrams  per teaspoon listed on the container, and adjust the number of teaspoons that you would use upward toward the 3% amount. Do the adjustment slowly over a period of 3 to 9 days. Remember, you may get the response that your doctor desired with even less than the 3% in milligrams!

Obviously, if there is an undesired response, stop taking the C R Supplements, LLC’s liquid minerals and temporarily increase your normal water intake for 2 or 3 days to flush out any excess of the mineral supplement. Check with your doctor, who may choose to have you reintroduce the C R Supplements, LLC’s liquid minerals at a level that had been comfortable for you in the past. That will give your body time to adjust to the new abundance of minerals and gets its systems working at a better level!

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