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Trace elements

Only traces of trace elements can be detected in the human body whereas very few of them are present in our bodies. They play a very important role in keeping the body’s vitamin and hormone balance.


  • Plays a key role in the body’s mineral household.
  • Boron mainly contributes to bone strength.
  • It increases bone density, reducing the loss of calcium.
  • It reduces joint pain and inflammation, improves the condition of the joints.
  • It is necessary in the utilizing of calcium and magnesium, cell division and certain hormonal regulation.

It is found mainly in seafood.


  • Indispensable for the functioning of the immune system, hormone activity, protein synthesis and DNA production.
  • Plays a role in the regulation of blood sugar as one of Insulin’s building blocks.
  • Plays an essential role in metabolic balance.
  • Regulates the contraction ability of muscles, speeds up the healing of wounds.
  • The growth, sexual development and reproduction Has an important part in sexual growth and the reproductive process.
  • Excellent for treating schizophrenia.
  • Has kidney protection functions.

Can be found in meat products, liver, milk and milk products, nuts, eggs and legumes.


  • Essential for the production of thyroid hormones.
  • Involved in the regulation of metabolism, the functioning of the nervous system and circulation regulation.
  • Essential for the development of the fetus in the uterus.

Can be found in most of the marine fish, sea salt and oysters.


  • Chromium is a sugar metabolism regulator.
  • Essential for the process of the carbohydrate metabolism.
  • Plays an important role in fat burning as well.
  • Reduces blood cholesterol levels and thus helps to control high blood pressure and prevents cardiovascular disease.

Can be found in meat, cheese, beans and whole wheat grain.


  • Is involved in main metabolism processes.
  • Plays a role in the release of energy in food, in the protection against free radicals, blood clotting and the bone formation process.
  • Essential to the metabolism of vitamin B1 and E.
  • It improves his memory.
  • Involved in blood clotting.

Main manganese sources: lentils, dried beans, whole-grain cereal, brown bread, walnuts and hazelnuts.


  • Molybdenum promotes the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats and is an important component of the enzyme responsible for the exploitation of iron.
  • Helps the detoxification of cells.
  • It protects the body against copper poisoning and tooth decay.
  • It promotes the absorption of iron and copper, and their integration and metabolism thus is effective against anemia.

Found in legumes, cereals, offal and dairy products.


  • Promotes the production of red blood cells, is involved in numerous enzyme production processes.
  • It is important in the formation of proteins in bones, skin and connective tissue.
  • Keeps the cholesterol level low and prevents osteoporosis.
  • It can help the body use it’s stored iron and in the maintenance of immunity and fertility, skin and hair pigmentation. Is an antioxidant mineral.
  • Protects against cardiovascular diseases.

Best sources are legumes, cereals, liver, lettuce, cabbage and cauliflower.


  • Powerful antioxidant.
  • Slows the aging of tissue, counteracts the impact of some carcinogenic substances.
  • It is important for the functioning of the pancreas and the flexibility of body tissue.
  • Selenium combined with vitamin E help the healthy functioning of the heart and the production of antibodies.
  • It relieves the symptoms of menopause.
  • Is effective against dandruff and flaky scalp.
  • Neutralizes certain poisonous substances.

Found in seafood, meat, cereals, mushrooms, garlic, broccoli, walnuts.


  • Its insulin-or insulin-enhancing effect is due to its ability to lower blood sugar levels.
  • Is important for the proper development of bones and teeth.
  • Due to its cholesterol-lowering effects it plays an important role in cardiovascular disease prevention.

Found in fish, wines, cereals, mushrooms and nuts.


  • Prevents and treats iron deficiency based anemia, develops resistance to stress and disease.
  • It helps in growth and in the development of healthy skin tone, prevents fatigue.
  • Its main task is the transportation of oxygen, carbon dioxide and electrons.

Best sources of iron are meats, liver, offal, eggs, asparagus, nuts, beans and oatmeal.

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