What do minerals do for the body? 

Mineral requirements vary per mineral. We require more than 100 mg of macrominerals and fewer than 100 mg of microminerals daily.

Calcium, which is essential for maintaining healthy bones.

Phosphorous, a mineral that plays an essential role in bone health and metabolic processes.

Magnesium, which is necessary for the proper functioning of enzymes and for mobility.

Sodium, which is necessary for the upkeep of your body's fluids and for ensuring that your nerves and muscles continue to function normally.

Potassium, which plays a key role in the regulation of your heartbeat as well as the health of your nerves and muscles.

And chloride, which is critical for the control of intracellular fluids and the maintenance of electrolyte balance.

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