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Healthy Minerals in the Food Products

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Zinc increases brain power, it participates in the synthesis of proteins, is involved in regulation of muscle contractions, and improves the overall mood, provides viability.

Products consisting high levels of zinc: meat, liver, seafood, pumpkin seeds, eggs, lean (up to 2.5 percent. fat) milk, beer yeast.

Zinc deficiency symptoms are: enlarged prostate, not well formed genitals.

Zinc consuption increase when the body has a lot of group B vitamins, also those suffering of diabetes. Eating too much sweets during the day results in about 3 mg of zinc loss.

Phosphorus

Phosphorus is involved in the energy transfer process and is very important for nerve and brain activity, body cell renewal is affected by phosphorus also.

Products with high levels of phosphorus: fish, meat, poultry, eggs, nuts, grains and seeds.

The main signs of phosphorus deficiency: rickets, abscesses. Note: people more than 40 years old  should use less product rich products because their have weaker kidneys which fail to remove the excess phosphorus from the body.

Iodine

Iodine “burn” the excess fat, increases vital energy and mental power.

Foods with a lot of iodine: vegetables grown in soil containing  iodine (especially onion and sea kale).

The main signs of iodine deficiency: decreased mental ability, lack of energy with overweight, thyroid failure.

Iodine demand increase when eating lots of green cabbage, which contain substances that block the body’s use of this important element.

Iron

Iron is necessary for the production of hemoglobin, it will prevent anemia (anemia), prevents from fast tiredness, strengthens the immune system.

Products that are high in iron: the liver, kidneys, cattle, red meat, oysters, egg yolks, nuts, beans, dried apricots, oats and barley flakes.

The main symptom of iron deficiency: anemia. The need of this element increase dramatically when treating inflammations, taking aspirin several times a day, drinking a lot of black tea or coffee.

Calcium

Calcium strengthens teeth and bones in old age helps prevent osteoporosis and transmit impulses for muscle and nerve cells, has positive effects on metabolism.

Products with high calcium: milk and milk products, sesame seeds, yeast, nuts, seeds, soya and its products, sardines, salmon, beans, cabbage, broccoli.

General calcium deficiency symptoms: painful muscle spasms, rickets in children, adults – and osteoporosis, skin, hair and nail changes. The need of this element increase when often using weak alcoholic drinks (including the beer).

Magnesium

Magnesium is necessary in normal calcium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium and vitamin C body metabolism, helps to avoid stress, overcome depression, and protects against heart disease, prevents accumulation of slag urinary organs and gall bladder.

Products with high magnesium levels are: large grains (pearl, buckwheat), figs, almonds and other nuts, bananas, leafy vegetables.

The main deficiency symptoms: fatigue, avoidance any kind of physical activity, increased nervousness. Magnesium consumption increase dramatically when frequently using alcoholic beverages, on permanent overwork, exhaustion of the body as well as the use of contraceptive pills and diuretics (urine excretion promoting drugs).

Selenium

Selenium provides elasticity of soft tissues, slows the body’s aging process; alleviates the complications of menopause for women.

Products with high selenium: seafood (especially shrimp and sea kale), tuna fish, beef liver and kidneys, lots of selenium are in sprouted wheat, bran, onions, broccoli and tomatoes.

The main feature of selenium deficiency – decrease in potential and sexual disabilities. Heavy smoking and eating processed food results in higher demand of selenium.

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