Recommended Daily Intake and ORMUS Alkaline Super Sea Minerals

Posted by Alina Valiant on

Previously, we wrote about the enhanced bioavailability of minerals in our ORMUS liquid solution (click here for the previous blog). In this blog post we are going to share the Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) for some of the important non-ORMUS trace minerals present in our ORMUS liquids for those who choose to take them internally. The dosage used for our measurement will be 5g or one teaspoon.

An aggregate of online estimations for Magnesium gives an RDI of 310-420 mg for adults. Magnesium is one of the most abundant minerals in ORMUS Alkaline Super Sea Minerals. In lab testing it was found that there was 12,350 ppm of Magnesium in our products. This means that in every gram of our liquid solution there are 12.35 mg. One teaspoon would thus contain approximately 61.75mg or 14-20% of the RDI for magnesium depending on the amount chosen.

One mineral that is often of concern to people in today's condiment and seasoning-rich culture is sodium. Even though there is a lot of sodium in seawater, we use a special process to filter out a lot of this so that our ORMUS has been tested as having 8,264 ppm of sodium. This equates to 8.264 mg in every gram. The RDI for sodium is 2300 mg, meaning that in a teaspoon of ORMUS Alkaline Super Sea Minerals there is only 1.8% of the RDI. It is estimated that most adults consume more than the RDI of sodium, so our product does not significantly add to this phenomenon.

As well as these minerals, ORMUS Alkaline Super Sea Minerals also contains many other trace elements found in the ocean and therefore contributes a little towards the daily intake of these, including calcium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, iron, etc. Many estimates of Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) have lower biavailability already factored in, so it is possible that the high absorbtion rates of our minerals contributes even better to meeting many of these necessary dietary amounts.