Whilst, by definition, trace elements are required in minutely small doses (less than 100mg/day) this does not mean they can be ignored. Trace elements are among THE most important factors in maintaining and recovering health.
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Boron is increasingly becoming reconised as an essential requirement for health bones.
Chromium is perhaps the one mineral that can aid weight loss and help prevent diabetes.
Cobalt An essential component of Vitamin B12
Copper Essential to zinc, iron and Vitamin C function. Many hormonal effects
Fluorine Important trace mineral often confused with the poison fluoride.
Germanium The secret behind the health benefits of garlic, ginseng and mushrooms.
Iodine Metabolic control, modulation of oestrogen and foetal health
Iron The energy mineral.
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Essential fatty acids