Where are they?
|Calcium||Cheese, Dairy Products, full meal, almonds, hazelnuts, sesame, parsley, turnip greens, dried figs, wheat germ …||– Formation of bones and teeth.
– Blood clotting.
– Control of the nervous system and heart rate.
|Minerals 600 to 1.4 mg|
|Chrome||Whole grains, seafood, meat, offal, egg yolks, yeast, thyme, pepper, brown sugar …||– Metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, proteins.||Mineral salts0.05 to 0.2 mg|
|Cobalt||Leafy vegetables, whole grains, legumes, egg yolk …||– Protein metabolism.||0.13 micro g
|Copper||Whole grains, dried yeast, wheat germ and bran, green vegetables, seafood, liver, nuts, plums …||– Enzyme Systems.
– Combat stress.
|Mineral salts2-3 mg|
|Iron||Offal, black pudding, meat, egg yolks, fish, wholemeal bread, wholemeal pasta, pulses, dates, millet, tahini, vegetables and dried fruit, green leafy vegetables (watercress …), etc.||– Transport of oxygen through the body essential component of red blood cells …
– Training hemoglobin and myoglobin.
– Enzymatic activity.
|Mineral salts10 to 20 mg|
|Fluorine||Mineral water, tap water, fluoridated salt …||– Prevention of tooth decay.||1 mg|
|Iodine||Sea salt (unrefined), seafood, seaweed, fish, meat, vegetables, turnip, onion, watercress, green beans, radishes …||– Formation of thyroid hormones, fetal development ….||Minerals from 0.10 to 0.12 mg|
|Magnesium||Whole grains, wheat germ, green leafy vegetables, soybeans, white beans, rice, peas, lentils, wholemeal bread, citrus, apples, nuts, hazelnuts, almonds, chocolate, fish …||– Operation of muscles, nerves, intestines, active enzymes, works synergistically with calcium strengthens the immune …||Minerals 350 mg|
|Manganese||Wholegrain cereals, wholemeal bread, nuts, vegetables and pulses, artichoke, cloves, pineapple, tea, nuts, ginger, cloves …||– Activator enzimes, helps absorb iron, strengthens the natural defenses, useful for the brain, liver, kidneys …||Mineral salts4-20 mg|
|Molybdenum||Whole grains, legumes, soy, eggs …||– Enzyme activity||0.1 mg|
|Phosphorus||Dairy products, eggs, meat, fish, rice, peas, lentils, white beans, wholemeal bread, vegetables and dried fruit, almonds, hazelnuts …||– Establishment and strengthening of bones.
– muscular and cerebral Energizing, promotes the proper functioning of nerve cells …
|Mineral salts1000 mg|
|Potassium||Yeast, wine, vegetables and dried fruits, fruit and vegetables, meat, fish …||– Contraction of muscles and heart.
– Transmission of nerve impulses.
|Selenium||Whole grains, wheat germ, brewer’s yeast, meat, eggs, offal, onion, garlic, cabbage …||– Fight against free radicals.
– Protection of cell membranes.
– Blood clotting.
|Minerals 0.07 mg|
|Silicon||Whole grains, beer, silica, shallot, garlic, beet, sugar cane …||– Bone growth (bone calcification.
– Training of cartilage.
– elasticity of connective tissue …
|Mineral salts20 to 30 mg|
|Sodium||Salt, cold cuts, cheese, canned …||– Distribution of water in the body.||1000 to 5000 mg|
|Sulfur||High protein foods, garlic, onions …||– Composition of the protein structure||850 mg|
|Vanadium||Rice, pepper, vegetable fats, spinach, tuna, beef liver, wine, beer …||– Enzyme Activity.
– calcium transport.
– Sodium and potassium.
|Minerals0.018 to 0.025 mg|
|Zinc||Seafood, fish, liver, lamb, red meat, grains, oats, seeds, wheat germ, brewer’s yeast, almonds, dried vegetables …||– Promotes Operates in the pancreas, concentration …
– Synthesis of proteins.
– Use of carbohydrates.
– Renewal of cells.
– Wound healing and anti-free radical.
|Mineral salts10 to 15 mg|