Liquid Minerals and their Value for Human Body

Just about 4% of the mass of the body contains minerals. Some of them are categorized as major mineral values, with the body needing more than 100 mg/day, while some are referred as trace minerals with the body needing less than 100 mg/day.   The minerals considered to be major consist of calcium, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, sulphur, cobalt, and chlorine.  The trace minerals consist of iron, copper, zinc, Continue Reading;