To understand how the RnA ReSet Completement Mineral Formulas are created requires a basic knowledge of the chemistry of ions, ionization, ionization potential, and mineral absorption. Some basic Google searches using the above key words will provide the necessary background information.
The minerals in ReMag, ReMyte, ReCalcia, Pico Potassium, Pico Silver, and Pico Zinc are in the same form as found naturally in our food. All these minerals are liquid, ionic, monatomic (individual mineral ions in solution) and can be described as picometer in size. There is no nanotechnology involved in our process. A picometer is a unit of measurement, nothing else. To give you an idea of the size, there are one quadrillion, (1,000,000,000,000) picometers in one meter.
Ions are a charge, not a size. The minerals in our formulas are not just ionic solutions. Ions in solution can still form large complexes or lattice structures, which increases their size beyond that of an individual ion. Ions also have the tendency to bond with hydrogen and oxygen to form oxides and hydroxides
Magnesium oxides and hydroxides act as antacids that neutralize stomach acid. They are also laxatives and difficult to digest, requiring digestive energy to be absorbed.
Our technology ensures individual ions in solution remain in that individual state (monoatomic) and thus we distinguish them from weak complex ionic solutions by calling them picometer minerals. The size of an individual ion, when ionic and not bound as a compound or to other ions, falls in the picometer unit of measurement. The size of the individual ion is determined by the nature of the element in question and its atomic weight.
An ion of magnesium for example can only be as small as is allowed by the laws of Mother Nature. We cannot make a single atom of magnesium smaller than Nature intended, but we can ensure that the atom does not combine with other atoms to form larger groups of atoms or mineral compounds.
The size of a single monoatomic ion of magnesium is approximately 86 picometers. Our process ensures magnesium stays picometer-sized indefinitely for maximum absorption. This property has been proven in university research.
You can find this information in a 2020 paper published in the prestigious journal Nutrients. The paper it titled “Circulating Ionized Magnesium as a Measure of Supplement Bioavailability.” This placebo, crossover, blinded, control study proved our claim that ReMag is a stabilized picometer-sized ion of magnesium. The researchers concluded that, “Using a molecular size analyzer (Zetasizer Nano), we confirmed that the majority of the particle size of ReMag® is in the picometer range. The test was repeated three times. The Zetasizer is a research-grade dynamic light scattering system for sub-micron particle and molecular size and molecular weight measurement.”
The test was repeated three times because the researchers couldn’t believe that a mineral sitting on the shelf for months (or for years) still held its picometer size as a stabilized ion of magnesium.
The real secret of our process is that we control all the factors in the ionization process so that the finished product is a monoatomic picometer-sized ionic form of the mineral (in the same ionic form that is absorbed by the root systems of plants; released in our digestive system; and absorbed into cells). The ionization process itself is complex but is no different than that which occurs in nature every second of the day.
To repeat, our process doesn’t allow the ions to bond into complex ionic groups or compounds that require digestive energy to break them down.
How does nature provide minerals to the human body? When we eat food (the most natural source of minerals) minerals are released from our food by the action of hydrochloric acid and gastric juices in the stomach. Essentially, the digestive juices ionize the minerals in the food forming individual ions, not chelates or compounds or large clusters of ions. Ions are the basis of biological energy and function.
It is only after the ions are freed from food, that ionized minerals that carry a positive electrical charge, will attach themselves to a very strong negatively charged carrier, via chelation, or a carrier protein. These compounds can either pass into the intestine as unattached, positively-charged mineral ions for absorption by ionic receptor sites or they are passed out of the body (via urine or feces).
An ion is any atom or group of atoms that holds a positive or negative electrical charge. Positively charged ions are known as cations while negatively charged ions are called anions. Ions are formed by the addition of electrons to, or the removal of electrons from, neutral atoms or molecules or other ions. It is generally known that in order for a body to effectively and completely absorb minerals, they must carry an electrical charge in order to penetrate cellular barriers. We want the minerals to be absorbed into the cell, not just into the blood stream.
An electrical charge surrounds the atom because it is either missing an electron or has additional electrons spinning in orbit around it. These charges, called electrons, cause the ions to interact, attracting or repelling each other in search of another electro. It is the charge on the particle that allows minerals to activate the many functions they carry out within the body. But remember, an ionically charged mineral can still be in a complex that makes it too big to enter into cells.
Minerals are fundamentally catalysts, (reaction starters) and cofactors in metabolic processes because of their electrical charge. The extracellular fluid surrounding our cells is saturated with both cations and anions, as is the fluid inside the cells. Because of this separation of atoms with specific electrical charges, an electrical gradient, or current, is formed across the cell membrane. Because of this current, the ionic particles of that charged mineral can flow readily across the cell membrane. The mineral must be in an ionic state for this to happen! Our minerals have the added benefit of being in a stabilized ionic state.
Ionic monoatomic minerals, of picometer size, already have a charge and size that the body recognizes and understands so they can be easily assimilated through the selectively permeable cell membranes from head to toe. Ionic monoatomic minerals are also easily transported across the highly selective cell membranes of the human digestive tract. Because ionic minerals are charged, the body has to employ less energy in order to absorb these minerals. Minerals bound to carrier proteins, or chelated, or complexed to amino acids must be dismantled into smaller parts and obtain an electrical charge in order to cross the intestinal membrane.
The electrical (charged ions) gradient allows for the easy flow of ionic minerals from an area of higher concentration (digestive tract from mouth to intestines) to an area of lesser concentration (cells of the body).
The body absorbs monoatomic picometer stabilized ionic minerals with greater efficacy than any other forms of minerals, because other minerals must undergo digestion into smaller charged particles. In fact, the membranes lining our digestive tract maintain their own specific electric charge in the form of ionic receptors. The body maintains this charge on the lining of membranes in order to facilitate the absorption of nutrients. Different receptor areas maintain different charge qualities, allowing for the attraction of the multitudes of nutrients that pass through the digestive tract.