This essay Minerals has a total of 270 words and 2 pages.
Minerals are required to build soft and hard body tissue. Without then
we wouldn\'t exist. They also help out with the nervous system the contraction of
mussels and help the blood flow properly.
Minerals are classified into 2 major groups. The major elements such as
calcium, magnesium, iron, iodine etc. Then the trace elements such as copper,
manganese fluorine and zinc.
Once of the most important is calcium. Calcium is used to build up your
bones. It also helps to keep your teeth strong. About 90% of all calcium is
stored in your bone\'s. It also helps with mussel contraction. Milk products such
as milk, cheese and other stuff it the primary source for calcium. You should
have about 1000mg\'s a day.
Magnesium is also another important mineral. This mineral is in most
foods. It is very important in containing healthy mussel cells. It also helps in
Sodium is another kind of mineral. Sodium is usually found in small but
ok quantities in natural foods. If you have too much sodium it may cause edema.
It may also give you high blood pressure.
Iron is needed to form pigments in red blood cells. These cells
transport the oxygen we need. men have more iron in there blood stream then
women. You should have about 18 mg of iron each day.
Zinc is required to keep your blood sugar level controlled. You also
need to so you can taste and hear properly. It also helps to heal cuts. You
should have about 15 mg per day of zinc.
Boron is a mineral that helps keep strong bones. It affects calcium and
magnesium. This also helps out so you have proper membrane functions.
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