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What are Multi Minerals and Their Types?

Posted by [email protected] on January 30, 2019 at 5:50 AM

Like Vitamins, Minerals are also a very important part of our daily basic need.


Types of mineral supplements

  • Macro minerals
  • Trace minerals

The need for macrominerals are more as compared to trace minerals. Macrominerals includes Sodium, Calcium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Chloride, Sulfur whereas trace minerals include manganese, iron, copper, zinc, iodine, cobalt, fluoride and selenium.

Roles of some important minerals in human body and their sources

  • Calcium: It helps in building of strong bones, it also helps in building health and strong teeth.
  • We can obtain calcium from dairy products like milk, yogurt, cheese, as well as from green leafy vegetables, orange juice, cereals.
  • Iron: It helps in transportation of oxygen from lungs to throughout our body. We can easily get iron from red meat, eggs, beans, dried fruits, leafy green vegetables, whole grains.
  • Potassium: It is very essential for muscles and working of nervous system. We can obtain potassium from banana, tomatoes, green vegetables, legumes, citrus fruits, potatoes and sweet potatoes
  • Zinc: It helps in enhancing the ability of an immune system. We can easily obtain zinc from beef, meat, nuts, like cashew, almonds, peanuts, legumes.

We can also fulfil our minerals need through Nutraceuticals capsules and tablets. There are number of organisation manufactures nutraceuticals products. One of my friendhas suggested the name of Affy group, who are the manufacturers of Nutraceutical tablets in India, as well as nutraceutical hard gel capsules and soft gel capsules.

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