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Trace Minerals Are NOT Just for Hair, Nails and Skin

author avatar Dr. Eric Berg January 13, 2022

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Find out everything you really need to know about the most important trace minerals.

0:00 Introduction: What are trace minerals?

1:20 What does organic mean?

2:35 Functions of trace minerals

3:40 Macro minerals and micro minerals

4:47 Trace mineral deficiencies

5:03 Trace minerals explained

16:35 Check out my video on electrolytes!

Today we're going to talk about trace minerals. Trace minerals are minerals needed in very small amounts. Another term for this is micro minerals.

But, just because we need trace minerals in tiny amounts doesn't mean they're not important—they are extremely important. If you have all of the other trace minerals but are missing just one, there could be huge side effects.

It can be difficult to pinpoint which trace minerals you could be deficient in. That's one reason why it's so important to eat healthily and include all of the trace minerals you need in your diet.

The most common trace minerals:

1. Iron

2. Zinc

3. Iodine

4. Selenium

5. Copper

6. Chromium

7. Boron

8. Molybdenum

 

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