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Our bodies can’t produce all of the nutrients that we need to function properly, so we have to obtain them from our food or supplements.
The minerals in our diet are essential for a variety of bodily functions. They are important for building strong bones and teeth, blood, skin, hair, nerve function, muscle and for metabolic processes such as those that turn the food we eat into energy.
Every day, your body produces skin, muscle, and bone. It creates new blood cells that carry nutrients and oxygen to remote outposts, and it sends nerve signals skipping along thousands of miles of brain and body pathways. Chemical messengers also send signals from one organ to another, keeping your body functioning to adequately sustain life.
Different minerals are required in different amounts but they are all essential for maintaining overall health.
Today’s foods are often very over processed, so the vitamin and mineral content has been diminished greatly. AquaOz is focused on being able to provide products to maintain and obtain a balanced healthy lifestyle- no matter what the situation.
Minerals are a building block of our bodies and are associated with being able to help improve or diminish symptoms of different ailments.
Minerals are in many of the foods that we eat and objects that we use every day. Often though, the absorption from these items is not enough for what our body needs. Some people use minerals to treat deficiencies, ailments, illness, and disease.
Minerals are inorganic substances, which occur naturally in non-living things such as water, rocks, and soil, as well as in plants and animals. Minerals are needed for our cells to function properly, protect nerves, form and strengthen bones, and play many other vital roles.
Being a building block for our cells and body, ensuring that you have enough minerals in your daily life is just as important as your multivitamins.
Two kinds of minerals exist; macrominerals and trace minerals. Macrominerals, which are needed in fairly large amounts in your body, include calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium, sulfur and chloride. Your body also requires trace minerals but in small quantities. Trace minerals include iron, zinc, manganese, copper, iodine, fluoride, cobalt and selenium.