Mineral are primarily inorganic substances, unlike vitamins which are organic substances – carbon-containing compounds. Minerals are often found in soil and rocks, plants absorb these minerals and animals digest it through their diet.
This article is aimed at the many magnesium deficiency symptoms in women , but first we shall address the question of what is Magnesium?
Calcium, a common and essential mineral in the human body, is mostly found in the teeth and bones; only 1% is located in the soft tissue and blood. The levels of calcium in the extracellular fluid (fluid surrounding the cells) as well as in the blood need to be kept within a very narrow concentration range for…
You probably know that milk and other dairy products are essential for one’s health due to the fact that they are highly rich in calcium, vitamin D and other essential vitamins and minerals.
Zinc is an essential micromineral that is required in the diet on daily basis. However, this mineral needs to be taken in very small amounts, 20 milligrams or less.
Cobalt Element Facts Cobalt (Co) is an element that has the atomic number 27. The free element is hard, lustrous, silver-gray metal and is produced reductive smelting. It is found naturally only in a chemically combined form. The term cobalt originated from the German word “kobold” that means elf or goblin.
Zinc is a metallic chemical element that is also called as spelter, referring to zinc alloys. In some aspects, zinc is chemically similar to magnesium as both of them have ions that have similar size and common oxidation state of positive two.
Cobalt is a shiny, gray, brittle metal that is used in creating an intense blue color in paints and glass. It is often used in manufacturing rechargeable batteries as well as in creating alloys that can maintain their strength even at very high temperatures.
The Double-Edge Health Effects of Supplemental Iodine One of the most highly debated topics in medicinal science and alternative health is to what degree iodine is safe; moreover, to what degree should it be dispensed to the public. Suffice to say, there are two sides, both good and bad, to this vitally important nutrient. The…
Eating foods rich in potassium is highly recommended as it helps in both maintaining body fluid and electrolytes. If you have not consumed enough potassium then you will face fatigue, increased frustration levels and increased blood pressure.