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The minerals (macro elements) are present in the human body in relatively large quantities. Is essential for the proper functioning of the body but cannot serve as a source of energy.



  • Plays an important role in the development of teeth and bones.
  • Can be administered to prevent tooth decay.

Can be found in drinking water, potatoes and flourine containing toothpastes.



  • Together with calcium is the building block of bones and teeth.
  • Protects bones and ligaments.
  • It plays a very important role in protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism and energy storage.
  • It reduces the pain of arthritis; it is necessary for the formation of vitamins B1, B6 and enhances the efficiency of vitamin B3.

Can be found in almost all foods, but it’s most important sources are legumes, nuts, cheeses.



  • The building material of bones and teeth, promotes the absorption of iron and blood clotting.
  • Is involved in nerve and muscle function.
  • Is recognized as one of the antidotes to osteoporosis.
  • Is essential for blood clotting, the functioning of enzymes, the contracting functions of the heart and skeletal muscles and in the absorption of vitamin B12.

Natural sources: milk, dairy products, cabbage, broccoli, walnuts, almonds, peas, beans, poppy seeds and raisins.



  • Is an important component of cells.
  • Involved in the release of energy from proteins and fats.
  • Affects enzyme and hormone processes.
  • Is required for muscle function thus essential for the functioning of the heart.
  • Involved in regulating liquids of the body.
  • It helps in the treatment of allergies, reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
  • Encourages the kidneys to detoxify blood.
  • In combination with phosphorus it helps the oxygenation of the brain and induces clear thinking.

Is found in almost all foods but mostly in foods of vegetable origin.



  • Helps the efficient production of enzymes, plays a role in the metabolism of proteins, contributes to the health of bones, teeth and gums.
  • Necessary for the functioning of the muscles including the heart muscle.

Found in seeds of cereals, vegetables, milk, meat, tuna, potato, banana, nuts and yeast.



  • In combination with chlorine and potassium it regulates the body’s fluid content.
  • Plays an important role in muscle agitation, regulating blood pressure and the activation of certain enzymes.
  • It is necessary for carbohydrate and protein metabolism, muscle function.

Sodium can be found in almost all foods.

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