Minerals keep you hydrated, energized, immune, and calm.
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The Minerals Chart
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Minerals are grouped together with their partner and co-factors.
The most important minerals in terms of quantity. These are the most likely to require daily supplementation.
Needed in much smaller doses, which makes them easier to overdo.
Only small supplementation needed, if any — unless you know you’re deficient.
Why Minerals Are Incredible
Minerals conduct electricity throughout the body
The body literally runs on electricity — and needs lots minerals for conductivity (source).
This electricity is the power that moves you, animates you, and makes you thrive.
Minerals maintain fluid balance & hydration
Minerals transport water in and out of cells.
Without this you become chronically dehydrated, energy and immunity plummets, causing illness and aging (source).
Gut health is entirely dependent on proper hydration, as is sleep and mental acuity.
Minerals promote immunity & suppress infection
Minerals are mostly antimicrobial to pathogens.
In their absence, the body cannot defend itself from microbial invasion (source).
Your gut microbiome depends on proper mineral supply (and balance) to maintain protection against pathogens.
Both Phase I & II of liver dotoxification require adequate minerals.
Calcium must be balanced with other minerals (like magnesium and zinc) for optimal strength.
Proper metabolism requires adequate mineral intake.
Hormones are the powerhouse of our biology. Minerals are essential for their production.
Minerals fight infection and maintain fluid balance in the gut, allowing for proper bowel movements and gastric emptying.
Chronic inflammation interferes with nutrient uptake, storage, and balance.
The most important minerals — by quantity.
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