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



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Calcium Citrate Malate 1000 mg


When I was 16, I had cancer. They took out my thyroid and I have been on calcium pills ever since. For a very long time, I was on prescription stuff that was very expensive. I switched myself over to this after speaking with my doctor. Not only do I feel the same as with the prescription medicine, my doctor says that it works just as well for me and I save money. 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...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Premium Iron-18 mg Chelated


I take an iron supplement because I'm a vegetarian and I'm concerned I may not get enough iron from my diet. I've been a vegetarian for many years and have tried many different iron supplements. This is the best I've found. For some reason, it doesn't cause any nausea or constipation which I've found to be a problem with some iron supplements. Read More...