In this exciting new book, Ryan Kane takes the reader on an incredible journey that breaks new ground into our understanding of minerals. From the creation of the universe to the cells of all living organisms, minerals have been around for billions of years and are responsible for almost every aspect of life’s existence. In this fascinating account, From the Big Bang to your Cells: The Remarkable Story of Minerals describes in striking detail how the minerals that were present during the original nebula that collected to form the planets are the same minerals that are found today scattered throughout our soils and are present in our cells.
Regardless if you subscribe to the theory of evolution or creation, minerals were involved in the physical development of our bodies. Whether we evolved from lower forms of life or God put forth his hand into clay, minerals are the building blocks of all living organisms. This book explains how minerals not only dominate the landscape of the universe, but more importantly how plant and human cells rely upon them for their continuation and survival.
While the 20th Century was spent identifying which minerals are essential to plants and humans, undoubtedly the 21st Century should be spent identifying the optimal form the minerals must be in that will provide the most benefit. Kane breaks new ground when he suggests how minerals can only reach their full potential in the human body if they are in the same form as that found in plants: ions.
From astronomy to nutrition, just about every branch of science studies some aspect of minerals. Here, they all converge into a powerful, pioneering new book that expands our current understanding, shatters old myths, raises controversy, and revolutionizes the way we look at ourselves and our universe. It is time to look at minerals from an entirely new perspective.