Vital Minerals


Minerals are the main components in your teeth and bones, and
they serve as building blocks for other cells and enzymes.

Minerals also help regulate the balance of fluids in your body and
control the movement of nerve impulses. Some minerals also help
deliver oxygen to cells and help carry away carbon dioxide.

Major minerals

Calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium, sulfur and
chloride are considered major minerals because adults need them
in larger amounts — more than 250 milligrams (mg) a day.

Trace minerals

Chromium, copper, fluoride, iodine, iron, manganese, molyb-
denum, selenium and zinc are considered trace minerals because
your body needs them in smaller amounts — fewer than 20 mg
a day.

Since the mechanization of farming and the growth of the size
of our farms, it has become more difficult for farmers to
replenish the minerals that the crops take out of the soil. None
of the commercial fertilizers contain all the minerals.

Therefore, many areas of farm land have become depleted of the
natural minerals that are necessary to produce healthy crops.

For this reason, most people fail to get the required minerals
from the food they eat, and more and more are turning to
mineral supplements.

Many alternative health practitioners are realizing that one
reason for our alarming amount of heart attacks in this country
is that we have a deficiency of magnesium. The latest research
is finding that we need to consume equal amounts of
magnesium and calcium.

Some nutritionists are recommending 1000 mg. of each per day.
Dr. Nan Fuchs has explained that magnesium helps the bones
to be more flexible, rather than brittle. She uses the illustration
that chalk is pure calcium and breaks very easily, but ivory is a
combination of equal parts of magnesium and calcium and is
therefore much more resistant to breakage, as we want our
bones to be.

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