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The Scoop on Minerals
Like most people, we know we should take vitamins but why minerals? What does all of that on the back of each multi-vitamin label mean? They look like their necessary, but what are they used for? So below, I have created a list of the essential minerals and their function as well as sources of food you can get them through.
Minerals unlike the water-soluble vitamins are stored and can be toxic to the body. An excess of one mineral can also interfere with the functioning of others. A high iron intake, for example, can produce an iron overload in genetically predisposed people and cause deficiencies of other trace minerals such as zinc and copper.
So take as recommended on label.