Trace Minerals

They are usually found at extraordinarily small levels in our bodies. In fact, they occur in the “parts per million” range. In spite of the relatively low concentrations of these minerals, scientists have discovered that they play a vital role in our health. Trace minerals are important in the proper functioning of enzyme systems, nerve conduction and muscle function, assisting with transfer of nourishment into cells, providing the framework for tissues, and regulation of organ functions. These functions are not possible without a constant, adequate supply of these vital minerals.

antimony

barium

beryllium

bismuth

bromine

carbon

cerium

cesium

YTTRIUM

CHLORIDE

DYPROSIUM

ERBIUM

EUROPIUM

FLUORIDE

GADOLINIUM

GERMANIUM

GOLD

YTTERBIUM

HAFNIUM

HOLMIUM

INDIUM

LANTHANIUM

LITHIUM

LUTEIUM

NEODYNIUM

NICKEL

VANADIUM

NIOBIUM

NITROGEN

OSMIUM

PALLADIUM

PRASEODYMIUM

RHENIUM

RHOIDIUM

RUBIDIUM

TUNGSTEN

RUTHENIUM

SAMARIUM

SCADIUM

SILICON

SILVER

SODIUM

STRONTIUM

SULFUR

TANTALUM

TELLURIUM

TERBIUM

THORIUM

THULIUM

CADMIUM

TIN

ALUMINUM

TITANIUM

ZIRCONIUM

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