Mineral deficiency diseases - Foods rich in minerals

Mineral supplement

The importance of minerals

Each organ in our body is made, among other substances, minerals, bones, cell structure, lymph liquid, arteries, organs, tissues, muscles, hair, etc.. We can not live without minerals, and our body does not produce minerals.

Where do we get minerals? Of food. Get them from fruits, vegetables and nuts mostly, and additionally mineral supplementation. Since only 10% of people eat enough fruits and vegetables, the rest can be deficient in minerals. But if we are of those who eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, why do we have to take a mineral supplement?

Long ago the land was rich in minerals, so that fruits and vegetables also had an excellent composition of minerals. Before, fruits and vegetables were not picked up early, or frozen, radiated, or stored in argon gas. Those who ate fruits and vegetables regularly, got a good supply of minerals and seldom has a deficiency.

Today the opposite is true. We can not get enough minerals from eating just fruits and vegetables. Now we eat more cooked vegetables, more vegetables, packaged, canned fruits and vegetables, processed fruits and other countries are not allowed to mature. Today, we need to supplement our eating habits with a mineral supplement to compensate for the lack of minerals in our food or junk food that exists.

Of course, one way to combat this is by returning to the past, foraging ecology and areas where there is no over-exploitation of the land. Every day there are more places where we can access the purchase of organic foodstuffs.

Diseases related to lack of minerals and mineral-rich foods

Here is a partial list of diseases and their related mineral deficiencies and below each mineral foods that have this mineral dramatically.

Calcio. Receding gums, PMS, panic attacks, muscle cramps, lungs weak, low back pain, kidney stones, insomnia, bone weakness, bone spurs, calcium deposits.

Foods rich in calcium: cheese, cottage cheese, vegetables, seaweed, goat milk, sesame seeds, whole grains, seeds and almonds.

Sodium. Nervous restlessness, vision problems, mental confusion, lack of saliva, frontal headache, coated tongue plaque, creaky joints, bad breath, fatigue, stiff tendons, stiff joints.

Foods high in sodium: goat milk, goat whey, figs, apples, apricots, kale, kelp, prunes, raisins, strawberries, sunflower seeds, black olives, celery, asparagus, vegetables in general.

Potassium: fear, mental illness, low energy, aches and twinges, acidity (low pH), a tendency toward violence, mistrust, loss of ambition, nervousness, negativity.

Foods rich in potassium, black olives, broth, potatoes, bitter herbs, algae, seeds and nuts, apple cider vinegar, soy milk, spinach, goat milk, grapes, apples, bananas, cheese, cucumbers, lettuce, and so on.

Magnesium: ADHD, anorexia, arterial calcification, low calcium absorption, convulsions, depression, gastrointestinal disorders, growth disorders, menstrual migraines, osteoporosis, tremors, mood, fainting.

Foods rich in magnesium, seeds and nuts, yellow corn flour, rice bran, wheat germ, avocado, coconut, spinach, goat milk, grapes, honey, etc..

Phosphorus: constant weakness, neuralgia, numbness, lack of confidence, slow oxygenation, sensitive to noise or criticism, fatigue.

Phosphorus-rich foods: meat, egg yolk, dairy products, fish, almonds, rice bran, pumpkin seeds, soybeans, lentils, sunflower seeds, various types of beans, carrots, nuts, lentils, cabbage.

Manganese: ADHD, asthma, carpal tunnel syndrome, seizures, loss of libido, miscarriage, growth retardation, nightmares.

Foods rich in manganese, nuts and other nuts and seeds, pineapple, parsley, lettuce, celery, cranberries, apricots, etc..

Copper: ADHD, anemia, arthritis, violent, cerebral palsy, high cholesterol, eyelids sagging, gray hair, hernias, liver cirrhosis, learning problems, low blood sugar, high risk of stroke, varicose veins.

Copper-rich foods: liver, shellfish, almonds, vegetables, green leafy vegetables, whole grains.

Selenium: age spots, skin aging, Alzheimer's disease, cancer, cystic fibrosis, fatigue, heart palpitations, HIV, hypothyroidism, liver damage, muscle weakness, scoliosis.

Selenium-rich foods: wheat germ, bran, whole grains, onions, broccoli, eggs, seafood, dairy products, meat, asparagus, tomatoes, mushrooms, nuts.

Iodine goiter, menstrual disorders, mental confusion, heart and lung problems

Foods rich in iodine, algae, fish, watermelon, mustard greens, green peppers, eggplant, Brussels sprouts, onions, carrots, artichokes, agar-agar.

Iron: fatigue, low self-immunity, anemia, depression, low blood pressure, slow speech, poor memory, colds.

Iron-rich foods: vegetables, nuts, seaweed, cherries, red berries, liquid chlorophyll, strawberries, celery, spinach, sunflower seeds, brown rice, molasses, eggs, goat milk, pinto beans.

Zinc: ADHD, hair loss, birth defects, body odor, brain disorders, diarrhea, slow healing, heart defects, hernia, impotence, lung disorders, prostate, loss of sense of smell, short stature.

Foods rich in zinc: goat milk, brewer's yeast, pumpkin seeds, wheat germ, wheat bran, high protein foods, cow's milk, etc..

Chromium: ADHD, unexpected weight loss, low sperm count, diabetes, manic depression, learning problems, growth problems, hyperactivity, coronary heart disease of blood vessels, cataracts, abnormal sugar levels.

Foods rich in chromium: Brewer's yeast, whole grains, clams, meat, spices, corn oil.

There are more minerals than those mentioned above. This is just an example to raise awareness of the importance of minerals in health. And remember that the continuing lack of a specific mineral can lead to serious illness.

One solution is to take a daily supplement rich in minerals.

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