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​Have you ever heard about professional athletes dropping dead on the field? According to the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta 100,000 youngsters, as well as pros die each year from cardio-vascular disorders as a result of sport.

​THIS IS TWICE THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE THAT DIE ON THE NATIONS HIGHWAYS! 45,000 of the 100,000 play basketball not boxing or football. In hard exercise, people sweat out many of their vital minerals - not just sodium and potassium. Rigorous exertion without replacing lost minerals can be fatal. There are sports drinks that are supposed to replace nutrients lost during exertion, these would work fine if they had more than sugar, salt and potassium, and food coloring.

Dr. Wallach has a unique hobby, collecting MD obituaries. Here is one case: "A recent favorite of mine, says Dr. Wallach, is Dr. W.T.N. 48, captain of the 'Dream Team' of cardiologist who cared for the late Reggie Lewis, 27, captain of the Boston Celtics. (Reggie Lewis died of a cardio-myopathy heart attack." A simple computer search at the library would have turned up the large-scale study showing the only known reason for cardiomyopathy to be a simple selenium deficiency.) THE TROUBLE WITH MODERN MEDICINE IS THAT THE PROFESSION IS SLOW TO APPLY THEIR OWN RESEARCH. Guess who pays the price of ignorance? Dr. W.TN. taught at Harvard, was cardiac expert for the NBA, and finished the Boston Marathon three times. You guessed it - he died one and a half years after Reggie from the same type of heart attack. Dr. W.T.N. forgot that the human body needs something more than drugs, pacemakers and surgery. They both died from mineral deficiencies."

Why are athletes dropping dead at early ages? Why are they not faring as well compared to couch potatoes? That's because athletes sweat more in 5 years than couch potatoes do in 75 years. And when you sweat you're not just sweating out water or Gatorade, you're sweating out a soup that contains all 60 essential minerals. They are called essential because if any of them are missing for any length of time, you get some horrible degenerative disease, many of which are life threatening. So this is a no brainer folks..Who is more likely to die of a life threatening mineral deficiency disease, an athlete sweating out quarts and quarts of this mineral rich soup everyday or a couch potato in an air conditioned den, laying on the couch belching and flipping through the channels? Now the bottom line message here is this, you don't need to be an athlete to sweat, you can be in the military doing your training, a roofer, a carpenter, an electrician, a plumber, a carpet layer, a farmer, a dance instructor, a baker, you could work in an air conditioned insurance agency where it's so cold that you can hang meat; and then you join a health club where you go to sweat three nights a week, causing you to sweat out your essentials. Unless you're replacing the minerals you're sweating out, you're not going to make it to 100 years old. You're going to be sick and miserable the last 12 to 15 years of your life. Exercise without supplementation is suicide. Exercise without supplementation is a negative not a positive Just like running your car without oil.

Give your body the raw materials it needs: 60 minerals, 16 vitamins, 12 amino acids, and 3 fatty acids per day. We call it the Mighty 90 because it supports and promotes good health.