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Calcium – keeps your bones and teeth strong and helps control muscles movements, blood clotting and nerves. 99% of the calcium in your body is in your bones and teeth. If you don’t consume enough, your body will pull it from your bones. This can lead to osteoporosis.
Magnesium vital to more than 300 biochemical reactions in your body. Helps muscle and nerve function, your heartbeat, immune system and bone health. Research is looking into magnesium’s role in hypertension, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Potassium plays an essential role in the role of all muscles in your body, is important for kidney function. It also helps to metabolize protein, fat and carbs.
Sodium is necessary in your body to regulate blood and fluids and to coordinate the regulation contractions of the heart muscle. The body works hard to balance salt and water to keep everything functioning properly.
Sulfates are related to sulfuric acid. They help detoxify the liver and play a role in making your gall bladder work. They’re absorbed in the body in very small quantities but are crucial for digestion.
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