Benefits of Minerals ..2

Benefits of Minerals ..1

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2....Major vs. Trace Minerals
Minerals that are considered vital to good health, fitness, and mental well-being are divided into two primary groups: major minerals and trace minerals. Major minerals are considered minerals that the body requires in relatively large amounts and include calcium, chloride, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and sodium, and sulfur. The human body requires major minerals in larger quantities and are considered macro-minerals.
On the other hand, trace minerals are required by the human body in much lower quantities and are considered micro-minerals. Trace minerals include chromium, copper, iodine, fluorine, iron, manganese, molybdenum, selenium, and zinc.
In both cases, consuming an adequate level of both the major and trace minerals is required for good health and wellness. For a more detailed discussion related to each of the major and trace minerals, the bodily functions that they are responsible for, common foods that contain high levels of the mineral, and symptoms of deficiency .  
3.   Health Benefits
Most of the minerals aid in body metabolism, water balance, and bone health, but they can participate in hundreds of other small ways to effectively boost health as well. Different minerals have different benefits, so no mineral can be termed as more beneficial or less beneficial than another. All minerals, even trace ones, are critical for the proper functioning of the body.
All these minerals are needed to your unborn child.. These minerals required to form your unborn child's body for that You have supply.   Eat Healthy food which contains all needed minerals to your unborn child.  For formation of Healthy egg and sperm before conceive these mineral are required.  So both the  couple should eat Healthy food when they decided to give birth to Healthy child.


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