Minerals Brandon Strait

Minerals are a solid inorganic substance of a natural event. The major roles are to help carry out body functions and processes.

Minerals are classified by hardness, specific gravity, color, luster, streak, cleavage and crystal form.

Your body requires them for normal function. Chromium, copper, iodine, iron, manganese, molybdenum, selenium and zinc.

Too little can result in a suppressed immune system and problems with muscles, such as cramping.

Too much can make your breath smell like garlic and taste metallic taste in your mouth, brittle hair or hair loss.

It can also cause Lesions of the skin or immune system. Fatigue, selenium toxicity can lead to death.

Some foods that can maximize your mineral intake are sea vegetables, Coconut water, soak in hot mineral springs.

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