lunes, 19 de septiembre de 2016


Foto: TRACE MINERALS: What They Are and Their Importance

Feeling #exhausted, under #stress , always tired even after having rest, low energy for months...??! When under such stress circumstance - body urgently need of Ionic Trace minerals, as  absolutely essential construction blocks in order to support healthy metabolic reactions, improve immune system response and normalized digestive health

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Deficiencies of specific trace minerals can have an adverse impact on cardiovascular health, bone health, fertility, cognitive health, and immunity.

Calcium: Essential for developing and maintaining healthy bones and teeth Assists in blood clotting. muscle contraction, nerve transmission, oxygen transport. cellular secretion of fluids and enzyme activity Optimal intake helps reduce risk of osteoporosis.

Chromium: Aids in glucose metabolism and helps regulate blood sugar by potentiating insulin and serving as a component of glucose tolerance factor.

Colbalt: Promotes the formulation of red blood cells and and serves as a component of the vitamin B-12.

Copper: Essential to normal red blood cell  formation and connective tissue formation. Acts as a catalyst to store and release iron to help form hemoglobin. Contributes to central nervous system function.

lodine: Needed by the thyroid hormone to support metabolism.

Iron: Necessary for red blood cell formation and Required for transport of oxygen throughout the body. Important for brain function. Amount needed is higher in women of childbearing age.

Magnesium: Activates over 100 enzymes and helps nerves and muscles function. Helps maintain the integrity of cell membranes and stabilizes the cell electrically Critical for proper heart function.

Manganese: Key component of enzyme systems, including oxygen-handling enzymes Supports brain function and reproduction Required for blood sugar regulation Part of bone structure.

Molybdenum: Contributes to normal growth and development Key component in many enzyme systems including enzymes involved in detoxification.

Phosphorous: Works with calcium to develop and maintain strong bones and teeth. Enhances use of other nutrients Key role in cell membrane integrity and intercellular communication Critical for proper energy processing in the body.

Potassium: Regulates heartbeat, maintains fluid balance and helps muscles contract.

Selenium: Essential component of a key antioxidant enzyme, necessary for normal growth and development Role in detoxification of heavy metals. such as mercury. Role in production of antibodies by the immune system. Component of teeth.

Sulfur: Needed for structure of most protein, including muscles and hair. Critical role in liver detoxification. Important functions in antioxidant nutrients and oxygen handling Role in growth.

Zinc: Essential part of more than 200 enzymes involved in digestion, metabolism, reproduction and wound healing Critical role in immune response Important antioxidant.

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