THE MORNING SHOW
Biologist, Soil & Gardening Expert
Gardening for Maximum Nutrition
George studied Chemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology at The University of Texas, Austin and started Austin’s first organic nursery in 1971 before organic was cool. He has considerable knowledge in all areas of food production, including the proper care and feeding of animals for food. He has a deep understanding of the principals of agriculture and nutrition. We think you’ll find George a delight to spend time with.
-The best salts in the world and where they come from
-The salinity of the ocean matches exactly that of our bodies
-Iodine is the master minerals and regulates all other minerals
-How is it that salt that is a million years old can be beneficial to the body?
-Using trace minerals on your plants
-Testing for lipoprotein A in relation to heart health
-Why did humans lose the capacity to make vitamin c?
-All vegetables have vitamin c and will retain it at low temperatures when cooked
-How much vitamin c we need and how you will know when you’re getting too much
-Why iodized salt is ineffective for maintaining good iodine levels
-When we started losing ground with iodine
-Mixing Lugols with coconut oil and rub it on the breasts for great absorption and better breast health
-What’s the difference between low salt users and high salt users?
-3 great things to add to any garden’s soil
and so much more!
george altgelt on minerals in the soil and the body, august 18, 2014