Minerals are part of bones, teeth, soft tissue, muscle, blood and nerve cells. They aid in muscle response, nerve impulse transmission, digestion, metabolism, and hormone production. Minerals function as coenzymes and are essential to the proper utilization of vitamins and other minerals. A mineral deficiency often results in illness.

The following MINERALS may be beneficial:
Boron enhances the body’s ability to absorb calcium and magnesium. It may also promote beneficial levels of estrogen and testosterone in healthy post-menopausal women and help convert vitamin D to its active form, supporting the absorption of calcium.*
Calcium performs numerous vital functions in the body. It combines with phosphorus to strengthen bones and is crucial for nerve conduction, muscle contraction and heartbeat. Calcium also helps prevent cramps brought on by exercise by avoiding lactic acid buildup.*
Cesium is one of the most alkaline elements. When taken up by cancer cells, it raises the pH of the cell. A pH range of 8.0 is a deadly invironment for cancer cells. The cells die and are absorbed and eliminated by the body.*
Chromium is essential to the metabolism of lipids, glucose and insulin. It promotes healthy glucose tolerance and helps regulate sugar levels in the body. Chromium also aids in the breakdown and distribution of proteins and carbohydrates.*
Copper is heavily involved in the production of hemoglobin. It is also involved in the production of colagen, the protein responsible for the integrity of bone, cartilege, skin and tendon, and elastin, a major component of large blood vessels.*
Germanium improves oxygen flow to tissures, boosting circulation, which improves stamina and endurance. it also has antioxidant properties.*
Gold is thought to have a chelation effect on free radicals.*
Iodine is crucial for the health of the thyroid gland and is essential for the production of two key hormones that help regulate a host of body processes including resting metabolic rate, heart rate, heat production and energy levels.*
Iron is a key component of hemoglobin. It is involved in the entire process of respiration. Iron is also a component of enzymes within immune cells that chew up foreign substances.*
Magnesium is essential for every major biological process. It is necessary for 300+ enzymatic reactions and is vital for calcium metabolism. Magnesium is not a trace mineral, but a major entity in our bodies.*
Manganese is involved in protein, fat and energy metabolism. It's primary function, though, is as an antioxidant. Manganese is an essential part of biochemical reactions that affect bone, cartilage and brain function.*
Phosphorus is the body's source of phosphate, which helps create and manage energy, synthesize protein, fat and carbohydrates, contract muscles, and maintain the body's PH. It is also essential for stimulating hormone production and helping the body utilize the B vitamins. It combines with calcium to help form the latticework for strong bones and teeth. Over 80% of the body’s phosphorus is located in bone.*
Platinum has been linked to increasing mental alertness and energy, helping nerve and muscle function, and promoting immune system health.*
Potassium is necessary for the transmission of nerve impulses that provide smooth coordinated muscle movement. Potassium also helps widen the blood vessels during exercise, thereby increasing blood flow to help carry away heat, and it is used to convert blood glucose to glycogen.*
Selenium is an essential trace mineral required by the body in small quantities. It is also a potent antioxidant. Selenium is necessary for proper calcium and vitamin C metabolism, helps convert blood sugar into energy, decreases platelet aggregation and helps promote cardiovascular health.*
Silica is an element required for the proper functioning of the enzyme prolyhydroxylase. This enzyme functions in the formation of: collagen in bone, cartilage, and connective tissue. Silica is also a natural diuretic.*
Silver is a powerfully effective all natural antibiotic, disinfectant, and germ fighter: it kills bacteria, fungus, and viral infections.*
Sodium is an electrolyte that helps maintain water balance in the body. Due to its electrical charge, sodium passes back and forth between cell membranes, carrying nutrients (such as glucose) in and carrying waste products out. It also plays a key role in regulating blood pressure and heartbeat.*
Sulfur is an essential component of biotin, thiamin and pantothenic acid. It is found in all skin and connective tissue and is vital for the growth of hair and nails. Sulfur plays an important role in energy metabolism, insulin production and hormone synthesis.*
Vanadium plays a role in cellular metabolism, the formation of bones and teeth, reproduction, and growth. It also inhibits cholesterol synthesis.Vanadium may help maintain healthy glucose and lipid metabolism.
Zinc is required for the production of both RNA and DNA, the basic building blocks of the body. It assists the body in making the 200+ enzymes and is essential in the development and continuous normal functioning of the central nervous system. Zinc also plays a role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats.*
* These statements have not been evaluated by the TGA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease; research is ongoing.




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