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The New Bionomic Grower

The New Bionomic Grower

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The New Bionomic Grower
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There is one point on which creationists and evolutionists must agree. Man is made from
the dust of the earth. From the dust we come and to the dust we must all return.
So it should come as no surprise that research demonstrates conclusively that the ideal
nutrient balance in the soil for optimum plant growth is almost identical to the ideal nutrient
balance required by the human body for optimum health.
Not only is the ideal nutrient balance virtually the same between the plant and animal
kingdoms, but the individual nutrients “are much in the same functional category… in plants and
animals.”88

In other words, each mineral does just about the same thing in your body as it does in

a plant. Makes sense doesn’t it?
The chart below helps you to visualize the similarity between the ideal nutrient balance for
perfect soil health and the ideal nutrient balance for perfect human health. On the left are the ideal
nutrient levels for a low capacity soil. (Different soils have different capacities for holding on to
nutrients.) On the right are the ideal nutrient ranges for healthy human hair. (Hair has been found
to be an accurate index to overall nutrient status in the body.)
Notice that with every nutrient except iron, manganese and zinc, where plant needs and
human needs seem to differ, the ideal soil nutrient number falls right smack in the ideal nutrient
range for human hair. Coincidence? No way!

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ppm

540

54

40

13

150-275

1.8

.5

10 (max)

200 (min)

51 (min)

.5

34 (max)

Human
Hair

Ca

Mg

K

Na

P

B

Co

Cu

Fe

Mn

Mo

Zn

.
ppm

220-1600

20-130

5-40

10-130

134-270

0.72-9.2

0.02-0.57

10-41

7-19.4

0.12-1.3

0.02-1

142-272

Garden
Soil

Ca

Mg

K

Na

P

B

Co

Cu

Fe

Mn

Mo

Zn

If “seeing is believing,” then you should now be a believer that human nutrition is firmly
rooted in the soil from which we are made.

88

W. A. Albrecht, The Albrecht Papers, Volume 2, 54.

87

Obviously, anyone who eats food grown on perfectly balanced soil should have all the
nutritional building blocks for perfect health, without any additional supplementation, when a
properly balanced diet is consumed.
Dr. Albrecht summarized this truth well:
“Hidden in the literature are many reports telling us that disastrous
irregularities in animal health, due to soil deficiencies, are so similar to those
occurring in man that the same name can now be used for the problem in both man
and animal. It is educationally comforting to note that we are adopting a more
fundamental approach in considering the role of natural laws in the degeneration of
human health. Perhaps we will eventually view our own nutrition from the ground
up
and study the effects of balances and imbalances as determined by synthesis of
dietary compounds by plants supporting both animals and man. Individually we may
accept the adages, ‘To be properly fed is to be healthy,’ and ‘We are what we eat.’”89
(Emphasis added.)

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