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these essential nutrients, those that your body needs but cannot produce, include the inorganic substances found in foods known as minerals. calcium. your body needs calcium to build strong bones and teeth. potassium. sodium. magnesium. phosphorus
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11 essential vitamins and minerals your body needs we all know vitamins and minerals are essential nutrients the body needs - but what does each vitamin do? and which foods are vitamin powerhouses? here's the low-down on which letter does what, from a (that is, vitamin a) to z (or - zinc).
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how many workers to put on minerals/gas? heartagram. follow but these are the rare exceptions. for minerals, you want 2-3 per mineral (ie, for each little one you can click). 2 is the most efficient, with the third only mining about half of the first two. you'll see that 3 is the magic number. reason is that it's a 3 step process for
together with carbohydrates, proteins, fats, water and vitamins; minerals make up the 6 essential nutrient groups for the human body. essential minerals that the human body needs. an essential mineral is any mineral required by the body for health, that cannot be produced by the body and so has to be provided by your diet.
minerals cannot be made in the body and must be obtained in our diet. the daily requirements of minerals required by the body can be obtained from a well-balanced diet but, like vitamins, excess minerals can produce toxic effects.
trace minerals, those minerals your body only needs in small amounts, also support important bodily functions. your body uses iron to produce hemoglobin and myoglobin, proteins that carry oxygen in your body. the production of thyroid hormones that regulate nearly every cell in the body requires iodine.