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      Minerals, the ignition key for vitamins and controllers of many processes.

      Minerals are the keys to the engines we know of as vitamins.

      NO vitamins can be absorbed or carry out their intended functions without the presence of specific minerals in very particular amounts.

      Minerals are fundamentally metals and other inorganic compunds that not only provide much of the structure of, for example, bones and teeth. In additin they are critical to countless body processes and can be separated into two main groups, major minerals - which are required in amounts greater than 100mg per day and trace elements, of which less is required.

      Major minerals include:

      Calcium
      Chloride
      Magnesium
      Phosphorus
      Potassium and
      Sodium

      Trace elements include

      Boron
      Chromium
      Cobalt
      Copper
      Fluorine
      Germanium
      Iodine
      Manganese
      Selenium
      Silicon
      Vanadium and
      Zinc

      Review each mineral to find out what it is, what its functions are, how much you need in your diet and where to find it.

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