About Minerals

Most minerals have names we recognize, but know little about. However, these nutrients play a vital role in keeping the body functioning properly. Did you know that chromium is a key component in some popular supplements that help regulate blood sugar levels? Boron helps metabolize several other minerals including calcium and magnesium. Iodine is used for the production of thyroid hormones and is found in kelp. Minerals also increase the effectiveness of vitamins.

Featured Reviews for Minerals



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Chromium Picolinate 500 mcg


As a woman that suffers with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, my insulin resistance kept me from getting pregnant for two years. I tried everything, before a friend suggested Chromium Picolinate. After 6 weeks of taking this supplement, my insulin resistance had improved so much that I successfully conceived and carried my daughter. Read More...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Magnesium Complex


I am a breastfeeding mother, and when I began ovulating again I experienced a sudden decrease in my milk supply. I started taking this supplement along with a calcium supplement (magnesium facilitates the absorption of calcium) to boost my blood calcium level. After a couple days on my calcium/magnesium regimen my supply was right back to normal. Read More...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10 mg Chelated Zinc


I had my mom order me a bottle of these to try and we all really like them! I chose the Chelated because it is the form of zinc that is supossed to be best and most easily absorbed by our bodies. I chose the 10mg over other zincs of higher mgs. because you CAN take too much zinc too. Remember the saying "too much of a good thing"? Zinc is present in ALL of our body tissues and can be used to help many things. Read More...