Our story begins 20 million years ago, in South East Queensland, Australia, when an ancient volcano erupted, unleashing an incredible natural phenomenon. Hot lava flowed into a freshwater lake dehydrating the water and the algae that lived within it. At that moment, a chain reaction began, starting the formation of unique nutrient-rich minerals that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Global Nature has unlocked the powerful life nourishing properties of those minerals.
We believe that true health and wellbeing comes from within. A body that is nourished in the right way, will remineralise, revitalise and reinforce, building inner strength. Harnessed in its purest form, there is no greater force than Nature to nourish life and defy the effects of ageing.
The active mineral in Global Nature, Amorphous Silica, has the scientific name Diatom Fossil Powder.
It sounds like a scientific term, but Diatom Fossil Powder is actually a natural product made up of the fossilised remains of tiny, aquatic algae called diatoms.
Its high Amorphous Silica content (up to 99% purity) fights the effects of aging by improving the body’s use of calcium and other minerals, and by helping the body to produce collagen.
This remineralises, strengthens and protects bones, joints and ligaments and helps form stronger, healthier hair, skin and nails.
Evolution of Silica Levels
Lack of Silica
We are born with 7g. of silica throughout our body. Silica levels decreases with ageing 1% every year. Dietary intake of silica declines with age by approximately 0.1 mg/year. Losses are more intense from the age of 35/40 years onwards. Teenagers have 400% more silica than the elderly. (70-80 years). Silica diminishment leads to reduced collagen production and many other molecules. Females have 35% less silica than males. Combined with harsh environments, poor diet and toxins, the result is what we know as ageing: wrinkles, sagging skin, thinning hair, brittle nails, loss of muscle tone and joint stiffness and pain.
Silica is essential for Collagen production
Collagen is the main structural protein found in hair, skin and nails, as well as bones and joints. There are many supplements that may aid the production of collagen. However, silica is essential for the production of collagen independently of other supplements such as Vitamin D, and plays a role in the formation of collagen networks to become hair, skin and bone. The beneficial increase of collagen production from silica intake translates into a marked improvement in hair, skin and nail health. Hair growth becomes denser with stronger roots. Damaged skin can recover, becoming more elastic and smooth, whilst nail growth also increases and becomes less brittle.
The benefits of the high silica content in diatomaceous earth extends to bone and joint health. Silica is shown to be essential for healthy growth and numerous studies suggest that supplementing silica in humans increases bone volume and mineral density and overall joint and connective tissue health.
We work with
TGA approved & HACCP accredited partners.
Global Nature formulate health and beauty supplements of the finest purity and quality,
100% Natural, Certified non-GMO and Certified Vegan.
GLOBAL NATURE'S PROCESS QUALITY, SAFETY & EFFICACY
Global Nature is dedicated to product innovation and development. Our team is comprised of geologists and scientists and we partner with nutritionists, health experts, universities and research institutes to stay abreast of emerging and evolving science within the complementary medicine and nutraceutical industry. But our focus on quality, safety and efficacy doesn't stop there.
Our products are continually tested and monitored throughout sourcing, production and distribution, laboratory tests are carried out on each batch and product to ensure safety and quality. No animal testing is involved. We work with one of the largest NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities) certified laboratories located in Melbourne, Australia.
All our partners are TGA approved (Therapeutic Goods Administration, part of the Australian Government Department of Health), HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points, the world's leading food safety accreditation process) accredited.