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While we only need minerals in relatively small amounts, they can make a huge impact on health if we don’t get enough from our diet. But the time has come when we can no longer rely on the current food system to supply us with the required nutrients in the recommended amounts. Commercially grown food is subject to poor soil conditions, chemical fertilizers and extensive processing that strips food of essential nutrients, including minerals.

Several factors determine your mineral needs, including age, gender, and health status. But events such as illness, injury or physical stress can take their toll on the body and up your mineral needs too.

Mineral deficiencies can affect a broad range of functions, including bone density, digestion, heart function, metabolism, and immunity. So not getting enough of certain minerals could upset the balance that maintains health. It’s equally important to replenish mineral losses that occur due to heavy sweating, blood loss, vomiting, diarrhea, and habitual soda drinking.

High quality mineral supplements can help you reach your daily needs when your food choices aren’t supplying enough. But not all mineral supplements are created equal. We believe your body should get minerals in the purest form. That’s why we never use flow agents or junk fillers to get in the way of absorbing our minerals. 

More Information: Mineral Guide

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