Sunday, August 12, 2012

What is a Mineral

What is a mineral is a common question. While Vibrant Health is the remedy for all disease, it could be said that mineral depletion is the root of all disease. Minerals carry out the electrical transfer of energy required for all bodily functions, as they are the catalysts for electrolysis and metabolism. Along with amino acids, minerals are the building blocks of our biology. They are the key to our natural creation and assimilation processes. Nothing happens in the human body without minerals. How well it happens depends upon a few other things and is very much relative to the number and saturation of the broad spectrum of minerals our bodies require.

Minerals are needed in very small amounts in the and each one has a particular vibratory signature that resonates with its particular function within the body. Many minerals perform in conjunction with combinations of other minerals to execute their function. The functions of over 60 minerals needed in the body are not well understood and mineral deficiencies often go unrecognized and mistreated. Having a broad spectrum of minerals in our biology maintains a lower Ph which protects us from viral and bacterial infection.

Human beings cannot eat ground up rock or metals or shells, which is where our minerals do come from. In nature they are taken up by plant roots in the soils through a symbiotic relationship with microorganisms that do have the ability to eat rocks and metals. There are so few minerals available to the plants in the soils today because the microorganisms have been nearly completely annihilated. So, in order to benefit us, our mineral supplement needs to come from biologically available plant sources that carry a natural electrical charge recognizable to the body's electrical system. Now we think it clear about the question, what is
mineral and it's need for our body.

The recommended daily requirements of minerals for men, women are shown below.


Found in milk, leafy green vegetables, and fish with bones like salmon and canned sardines. Your body needs lots of it. It helps regulate your heartbeat and move your muscles and is the main material in your bones and teeth.

Daily requirement:
Men: 700mg.
Women: 700mg.


Comes from beans, cheese, whole grains, peas, and meat. It helps your body use glucose.

Daily requirement:
Men: 0.025mg.     
Women: 0.025mg.


Found in beans, raisins, chocolate, nuts, meat, and shellfish. It helps produce chemicals in the lungs, and helps form red blood cells.

Daily requirement:
Men: 1.2mg.         
Women: 1.2mg.


Comes from gelatin desserts, fish, tea, and fluoridated water. It helps make bones and teeth stronger.


Found in iodized salt, seaweed, seafood, and dairy products. It helps keep your skin, hair, and nails healthy, and helps keep your thyroid gland working.

Daily requirement:
Men: 0.14mg.                    
Women: 0.14mg.


Comes from beans, nuts, dried fruits, green vegetables, egg yolks, and peas. It is used in making enzymes and protein and helps the blood carry oxygen.

Daily requirement:
Men: 8.7mg.          
Women: 14.8mg.


Found in apricots, bananas, soybeans, nuts, leafy green vegetables, and whole grains. It helps your heart beat, your muscles work, and your bones grow.

Daily requirement:

Men: 300mg.         
Women: 270mg.


Comes from cocoa, egg yolks, nuts, whole grains, vegetables, and fruits. It helps cells function and bones grow.

Daily requirement:
Men: 0.5mg.        
Women: 0.5mg.


(muh-LIB-duhnum) Found in dark green vegetables, peas, grains, and beans. It helps cells to function.


Comes from peas, peanuts, dried fruits, bananas, oranges, beans, potatoes, yogurt, and meat. It helps balance your body water, carry nutrients to cells, keep your heartbeat regular, and move your muscles.

Daily requirement:
Men: 550mg.         
Women: 550mg.


Comes from egg yolks, chicken, garlic, grains, tomatoes, fish, shellfish, and red meat. With vitamin E, it helps prevent damage to cells.

Daily requirement:
Men: 0.075mg.
Women: 0.06mg.

Sodium -chloride (salt)

Found in salt from canned products and processed foods. It helps balance water in your body's tissues and blood.

Daily requirement:
Men: 6g.  
Women: 6g.


Comes from whole wheat, poultry, eggs, beef, and shellfish. It helps wounds heal and helps your senses of taste and smell.

Daily requirement:
Men: 9mg. 
Women: 7mg.


Found in fruit such as bananas, vegetables, pulses, nuts and seeds, milk, fish, shellfish, beef, chicken, turkey, bread.

Daily requirement:
Men: 3500mg.                  
Women: 3500mg.


Found in fish, nuts, green leafy vegetables, such as broccoli and spinach, cereals, such as oats.

Daily requirement:
Men: 0.0015mg.                
Women: 0.0015mg.


Found in green vegetables, fruit, nuts.

Daily requirement:
Men: 6mg.
Women: 6mg.


Found in yellow and green (leafy) vegetables, such as spinach, carrots and red peppers, yellow fruit such as mango, melon and apricots.

Daily requirement:
Men: 7mg. 
Women: 7mg.               

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