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Trace Minerals: What Are They And Why Do You Need You Them?

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Did you know? Modern farming practices have depleted the soil of trace minerals, replacing only what is needed to make plants grow.

What do minerals do?

– Support stamina

– Support metabolic function

– Support cardiovascular function

– Support brain function

– Critical for enzyme production, motility of cells, and cell division

Magnesium: enzymes require magnesium ions to perform the basic nucleic acid function for all life chemistry.

Iodine: supports thyroid health

Copper: supports skin health, immune health, and blood pressure. Copper deficiencies can result in blood disorders, infections, osteoporosis, hypothyroidism and abnormal glucose.

Selenium: an essential element used in chemical processes throughout the body.

Zinc: an antioxidant that helps speed the healing process after injury and provides immune function support.

Potassium: an electrolyte that supports proper muscular function.

Iron: required by the blood to create hemoglobin.

Manganese: a trace mineral required for all living organisms, mainly stored in the bones, but some found in the liver and kidneys.

Spotlight: Fulvic Acid What Does It Do?

Fulvic Acid is nature’s way of making minerals and nutrients more usable by our bodies. It helps to process minerals, enhances cell division and growth, enhances the transfer of molecules in or out of the cell and increases the metabolism of proteins. Fulvic Acid is the result of millions of beneficial microbes working to break down plant material, which can then be used by our bodies to resotre balance at the cellular level.

Modere’s Mineral Supplement provides an abundant supply of minerals, vitamins, and amino acids.