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Advantages of Organic Trace Minerals

Trace minerals include iron, manganese, copper, iodine, zinc, cobalt, fluoride, and selenium. You can find them on the periodic table, but also in many healthy foods. The amount you need is very small, only milligrams or micrograms, and it's also important not to take too much. Maintaining balance is important, especially for minerals.

Where do micronutrients come from?

The best natural trace minerals are found in many foods, including raw vegetables, some fruits, and some meats. However, it is important to remember that many foods today are NOT as healthy as they once were.

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Factory-raised beef is often low in nutrients. Cows that eat the right natural grass feeds (in lieu of the expired sap, sawdust, corn, meat, and cheap grains you often use today) have much better and healthier meat.

Vegetables and fruits suffer, as does the soil on which they grow, which can be depleted by years of repeated farming and the use of chemical fertilizers. Food labels are not required to document the history of the soil, nor are fresh tomatoes or broccoli.

What do micronutrients do?

Iodine – supports thyroid hormone production. You will notice that the salt is "enriched" with iodine. Some natural crystal salts even contain it from the earth.

Chromium and Manganese – Work together to properly process carbohydrates. Manganese also plays a role in bone formation and maintaining bone health.

Iron – Important for blood formation (when you lose blood) and blood function (carries nutrients to different parts of the body and provides oxygen).