Minerals

Minerals are important organic compounds necessary for the body and are divided into two groups: macrominerals and trace minerals. Macrominerals, such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, and chloride, are required in larger quantities by the body, unlike trace minerals, such as iron, fluoride, iodine, and copper, which are needed in smaller quantities. Although they can all be found in the food everybody consumes, there are times when dietary habits limit intake of the proper amounts of minerals, leading to many problems, such as hormone synthesis, and bone built. When that happens, it is suggested one takes mineral vitamins and supplements.

  CalciumPotassium
CALCIUM
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POTASSIUM
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CooperIodine
COPPER
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IODINE
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SilverMagnesium
CALCIUM
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POTASSIUM
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