Magnesium is an essential mineral, since it plays the central role in regulating cell metabolism and growth. It also regulates the absorption of food in the intestines and helps determine how your body uses carbs, fats and protein; therefore it assists to control your weight. Cardiac and skeletal muscles must have a correct balance of calcium and in […]



Numerous cellular enzyme systems depend on potassium, and nerve excitation and muscular contraction are predisposed by this mineral´s levels. A lack in potassium can result in muscular weakness, increased nervous irritability, mental disorientation and cardiac anomalies. If blood levels of potassium get low enough, ventricular fibrillation (heart vibrates instead of pumping) can occur and cause […]



“Tired blood”… what is tired blood? It is blood which does not transport sufficient oxygen to the cells to keep physical functions process at optimal efficiency – iron intake does correct this deficiency. Iron is the main component of hemoglobin, which is the part of the red blood cell that carries oxygen from the lungs […]



Calcium is the main structural mineral in the body. About 99% of the body´s 3 pounds of calcium is in the skeleton and teeth and is accountable for their resistance and strength. Calcium in the bones and teeth is not always located there, this is since the bones and teeth also serve as reservoir for […]