The microminerals or trace elements include iron, cobalt, chromium, copper, iodine, manganese, selenium and zinc
Natural bovine hemoglobin is not only well-tolerated and an efficient source of iron. It means also a wealth of micronutrients and for example amino acids and signal substances that together make the formation of blood naturally more efficient.
Called micronutrients because they are needed only in small amounts, these substances are the “magic wands” that enable the body to produce enzymes, hormones and other substances essential for proper growth and development.
As tiny as the amounts are, however, the consequences of their absence are severe. Iodine, vitamin A and iron are most important in global public health terms.
They include dietary trace minerals in amounts generally less than 100 milligrams/day -as opposed to the macrominerals which are required in larger quantities.