Minerals: Megamineral. Properties

Composition: tricalcium phosphate, proteinate phosphorus, magnesium phosphate, calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, magnesium amino acid chelate, potassium proteinate, magnesium silicate, calcium amino acid chelate, zinc amino acid chelate, calcium fluoride, manganese amino acid chelate, iron amino acid chelate, borax, potassium iodate , copper amino acid chelate, selenium L-methionine, chromium amino acid chelate, molybdenum.

Mineral salts and trace elements are metals and metalloids whose presence and intervention are essential for normal cell activity, for life processes. They play a very important, even vital, in the body because they are involved in the development of certain tissues, the synthesis of hormones and, particularly, in a number of enzyme systems.

The body can not synthesize, and must take them from their environment. Like vitamins, exercise common stock at a time and, with respect to each, a specific action.

In biology prefer to designate the minerals under the name of electrolytes or ions (chemical compound, fused or dissolved, can undergo a process known as electrolysis) according to their electrical charge. Health thus depends upon the ionic balance in both plasma and intracellular fluid and in the field considered orgánico.Son macro and designated by the term mineral salt those minerals whose presence in the body is expressed in weight g/70kg by example:

Calcium (Ca) 1050 gr./70kg
Phosphorus (P) 700 gr./70kg
Sulfur (S) 175 gr/70kg
Potassium (K) 140 gr/70kg
Sodium (Na) 105 gr./70kg
Chlorine (Cl) 105 gr./70kg
Magnesium (Mg) 35 gr./70kg
Iron (Fe 5 gr./70kg) ranks among both the macro and among trace elements.

Trace elements represent, by weight, about two-thousandths of the body. They are among them, cobalt, copper, fluorine, iodine, manganese, zinc, chromium, molybdenum, selenium, etc..

Body functions:

Minerals play a constructive role, plastic, in the formation of tissues, is the case of sulfur and magnesium. They form part of the skeleton, providing consistency as calcium and phosphorus, blood iron is a component of their respiratory pigment, hemoglobin, and are essential components of many cells.

As catalysts regularize body functions, particularly governing the movement of water and blood volume, which only remain constant if the balance between sodium and potassium (an excess of sodium causes water retention and a deficit implies exhaustion and dehydration).

Formation of enzymes:

Involved in the development of numerous enzymes: as components (cofactors), being directly incorporated therein, as activators, or as catalysts (increasing self-defense reactions in the body).

Zinc is particularly important because it is part of 300 enzymes, immune enhancer, as an element of fertility and as an antioxidant.

Production of hormones:
Also involved in the design and synthesis of certain hormones, zinc in insulin, iodine in thyroid hormones, neuromuscular excitability regularized, in case of magnesium, which increases, and calcium, which reduces it. Also regulate the permeability of cell membranes and capillary walls, along with many other functions required for life. Hence the need for a comprehensive and well MEGAMINERAL product provided.

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