Minerals. Descriptions of mineral substances

Iron. Iron deficiency anemia Many people get insufficient iron with food and they do not even suspect that this may be the reason for their rapid fatigue, absent-mindedness and weak resistance to infections. Overdose is no less dangerous... read more>>>

Iodine Iodine is used as a local antiseptic to disinfect cuts and abrasions. However, this element is important for humans because it is part of the thyroid hormones produced by the thyroid gland... read more>>>

Potassium If you have hypertension, you certainly abstain from salt as much as possible. We advise you to consume more potassium at the same time this is an excellent tool to combat high blood pressure... read more >>>

Calcium Calcium is a substance best known as a remedy for osteoporosis, but Obviously, it is also able to lower blood pressure and prevent colon cancer. Unfortunately, many adults receive no more than half of the recommended daily dose of calcium... read more>>>

Magnesium Magnesium is certainly one of the most essential elements for health. According to recent data, it is part of more than 300 enzyme systems and contributes to the prevention and treatment of many chronic disorders. On average, the human body contains about 25 g of magnesium mainly in bones and skeletal muscles... read more>>>

Copper Copper is a part of many proteins of our body, including enzymes, so it is necessary for various vital processes, primarily for lipid metabolism. Copper deficiency increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases... read more>>>

Selenium Although even scientists fully appreciated the role of selenium only in 1979, this trace element is now considered one of the most important, since it helps prevent cancer and many other pathologies... read more>>>

Phosphorus The mineral part of bones and teeth is formed mainly by apatite, i. e. calcium phosphate, so phosphorus is important for the strength of these structures. However, it is present in all cells, forming part of their membranes, genetic material, and energy carrier molecules... read more>>>

Chrome It has been proven that this metal plays an important role in the assimilation of sugars and fat metabolism. However, the use of chromium as a means for weight loss and muscle building remains purely hypothetical... read more>>>

Zinc All cells of the body need zinc. It is necessary for the work of many enzymes that play a vital role in the processes of biosynthesis and immune defense... read more>>>