The cause of many chronic diseases
Minerals are involved in innumerable processes in the organism. No matter whether we grow, maintain or regenerate cells. Minerals always play a major role. A lack or excess of minerals means that the natural balance is no longer present and inevitably leads to illness.
In order for the organism to function, the ratio of minerals to each other must be right. The body has set up a complex set of regulations for this purpose. Nevertheless, only one in ten has a perfect mineral level.
What do minerals do?
- They significantly increase the immune response and thus act against the symptoms of autoimmune diseases and allergies
- Regulate cell growth
- Positively influence the vascular functions
- Regulate and maintain normal blood pressure
- They regulate the acid/alkaline balance
- Influence the release of hormones
- Counteract stress and have a calming (regenerative) effect on muscles
- Effective against migraine and muscle cramps
- Minerals support brain function
- Anti-inflammatory effect and prevent plaque deposits on the arterial walls
Minerals are classified into two groups
As its name implies, every organism contains and needs a high amount of it. Bulk elements are needed to build the body. They are responsible for the stability of the bones and hardness of the teeth. In addition, as electrolytes in the body fluids, they ensure a correct electrical charge inside and outside the cell. They maintain the pressure difference within the cell tissue. Minerals also play an important role in metabolism and in the maintenance and regulation of the immune system.