Trace minerals serve as catalysts to vitamins within the cells of the human body according to the current research. They are essential to our daily health, according to the Federal Government’s Recommended Daily Value requirements. Unfortunately, this requirement often goes unmet. Most individual diets severely lack the amount of trace minerals needed to maintain a high-functioning healthy body.
Why? 74th Congress: In it’s second session a hearing was held to discuss the condition of the nation’s farm and range soils. U.S. Senate Document 264, available through the US gov’t printing office in Washington D.C. states that the nation’s fruits, vegetables and grains grown on mineral deficient farms were starving Americans, no matter how much they ate.
The following are just a few of the trace minerals that should be included in your daily diet, and can be obtained through organic food, water and all natural mineral supplements, such as coral mineral supplements and products.
Boron is a trace mineral that provides metabolic benefits in the human body. Though its exact role in the body is relatively unknown, recent experimental studies have show that boron may be essential for energy utilization and the creation and preservation of bone.
Iodine is an important trace mineral, though it is often misunderstood. A deficiency of iodine results in goiters, lower vitality, lower metabolism, and the inability to adequately think logically. Iodine is also significant to the formation of the thyroid hormone.
Manganese is a natural muscle builder, and it is also known to strengthen bones and ligaments. It is usually found in the bone, liver, kidneys, heart, pituitary gland, pancreas, spleen and intestines.
Molybdenum is an essential trace mineral that is found concentrated in the liver, adrenal glands, kidneys, bones and skin. Most people obtain molybdenum from milk and other dairy products, dried legumes, organ meats and whole grains.
Selenium is a trace mineral that helps to prevent oxygen damage to the cell membrane. Cell membranes are critical for the proper absorption of nutrients and the elimination of toxic wastes. It’s also known to be a powerful antioxidant.
Silicon is a trace mineral that is found in the hair and skin. It is important in the formation of the collagen found in bone, cartilage and other connective tissues. It is also necessary for the formation of other connective tissues like elastin, which help maintain the integrity of the elastic quality of blood vessels – an important feature of blood pressure control – and other tissues.
Lithium is a trace mineral that interacts only with sodium. It can be obtained from drinking water and is essential to balancing the part of the brain that dictates behavioral and emotional behaviors.
***All of the essential trace minerals above can be found within above-sea coral, which is the blueprint of Coral LLC supplements.
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