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Mineral Blends/Multi Minerals

What are they?
Minerals include Boron, Calcium, Chloride, Chromium, Copper, Iodine, iron, magnesium, Manganese, Molybdenum, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, sodium, vanadium and zinc. Minerals are essential nutrients. They are elements that are found naturally in the earth and soil and in our foods.  
However, due to the farming methods ...Read more that have been used for the past couple of centuries, our soils have become depleted, therefore leading to lower levels in our food.

We need to consume to minerals in the right amounts and in the right ratio to each other. Minerals work in balance in the body with each other, so for a baseline supplement, it is best to take a multi mineral rather than single minerals.

What do they do in the body?
Calcium contributes to:
•    Normal blood clotting
•    normal energy-yielding metabolism, muscle function and neurotransmission
•    Normal function of digestive enzyme
•    Has a role in the process of cell division and specialisation
•    Needed for the maintenance of normal bones and teeth
Chloride contributes to:
•    Normal digestion by production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach
Chromium contributes to:
•    Normal macronutrient metabolism and maintenance of normal blood glucose levels
Copper contributes to the maintenance of:
•    Normal connective tissues, hair and skin pigmentation
•    Normal energy-yielding metabolism and functioning of the nervous system
•    Normal iron transport in the body
•    Normal function of the immune system and the protection of cells from oxidative stress
Iodine contributes to:
•    Normal cognitive function
•    normal energy-yielding metabolism and functioning of the nervous system
•    Maintenance of normal skin and cognitive function
•    Normal production of thyroid hormones and normal thyroid function
Iron contributes to:
•    Normal energy-yielding metabolism and Reduction of tiredness and fatigue
•    Normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin and oxygen transport in the body
•    normal function of the immune and nervous system
•    Process of cell division
•    Electrolyte balance
•    Normal muscle function and protein synthesis and maintenance of normal bones and teeth
•    Normal psychological function
Manganese contributes to:
•    Normal energy yielding metabolism
•    Maintenance of normal bones and formation of connective tissue
•    Protection of cells from oxidative stress
Phosphorus contributes to:
•    Normal energy yielding metabolism
•    Normal function of cell membranes
•    Maintenance of normal bones and teeth
•    Normal functioning of the nervous system and muscles
•    Maintenance of normal blood pressure
Selenium contributes to:
•    Normal spermatogenesis
•    Maintenance of normal hair and nails
•    Normal function of the immune system
•    Normal thyroid function
•    Protection of cells from oxidative stress
Zinc contributes to:
•    Normal DNA and protein synthesis and has a role in cell division
•    Normal acid-base
•    Normal carbohydrate and macro nutrient  and vitamin A metabolism
•    Normal cognitive function and maintenance of normal vision
•    Normal fertility and reproduction, and maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood
•    Maintenance of normal bones, hair, nails and skin
•    Normal function of the immune system and protection of cells from oxidative stress

How can I take them?
Minerals blends are available in liquid formulas, capsules and tablets.


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