Mineral Balance

Minerals compose about 4% of our body and are provided solely from food sources.  The roles of minerals in the body are essential.  They act as co-factors for enzyme reactions; maintain pH balance in the body; maintain osmotic pressure; facilitate the transfer of nutrients across cell membranes; maintain proper nerve conduction; contract and relax muscles; regulate tissue growth; and provide structural and functional support.

The best sources of minerals are nutrient dense foods and beverages, mineral rich bone broths, unrefined sea salt, vegetables (as long as the soil they are grown in is mineral rich) and mineral rich water.

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