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



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Selenium 100 mcg Tablets


My 80 year Gramps always took a Selenium supplement, believing it to helpful in your overall immune system health. I remembered this when in 2001, I had a virus attack my system and had trouble shaking it. I would get better for a few days and then get worse. All through the fall of that year I experienced generalized weakness, chills, and some strange and worrisome swellings of my lymph nodes in my neck and armpits. Read More...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Potassium 99mg chelated


I have had severe leg cramps at night at least once a month that will last for several days or a week or more. Along with this I experienced watery diarrhea with intestinal gas. I began taking the standard Potassium 99 mg as I was told it helped with leg cramps at night. After starting this supplement, I was surprised that in less than 48 hours that the leg cramps stopped and I was even more surprised that the intestinal symptoms went away at the same time. Read More...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Calcium with Magnesium, Phosphorus & Vitamin D


They have stopped carrying this product. I can find the product without the phosphorus. Maybe they found a problem which I sure would want to find out before I got any damage. A statement from the vitamin shoppe would be a great thing. I have been using the pruduct for years. Maby vitamin buyers never heard about phosphorus. Read More...