Minerals are needed for the proper formation of blood and bone, the maintenance of healthy nerve function, heartbeat regulation, reproduction and foetal development.

The level of each mineral has an effect, directly or indirectly, on every other mineral, so if one is out of balance your whole system is affected. It is critical than minerals are selected and combined in the correct ratios to ensure the maximum absorption.

Lack of minerals contribute to our increasing susceptibility to diseases such as:

  • Heart disease (magnesium deficiency)
  • Cancer (selenium deficiency)
  • Diabetes (chromium deficient)
  • Mental illnesses (zinc deficiency)

Zinc is perhaps the most commonly deficient mineral and the most critical mineral for mental health.

Sadly for many people the average vitamin and mineral intake is half of the RDA meaning we are all radically deficient in the minerals needed to thrive. No wonder modern lifestyle diseases are plaguing humanity in epic proportions. Most food is farmed for bulk and not nutrition so we are gradually getting much less value for our money.