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Boron (B) is used for building healthy bones, osteoarthritis support, and building muscle.(1*) It is also thought to improve cognitive skills and coordination.(2*)

Bromine (Br)Researchers from Vanderbilt University published an article in June of 2014 which demonstrates that bromine is required for collagen type IV molecules to bond together and form the proteins of connective tissues. Thus, without bromine, proper tissue development cannot occur.(3*)  Further, Bromine supplementation is also being investigated for the use in addressing insomnia.(4*)

Calcium (Ca) is required for healthy bones and teeth.(5*) It is also helpful for creating an alkaline blood pH, which may help with inflammation support.(6*) Calcium is also necessary for the proper conduction of neural signals.(7*)

Cesium (Cs) has been used in alternative medicine to bring blood pH into a highly alkaline state which is thought to impede the growth/progress of many illnesses.(8*) Cesium, when taken orally, is also used for depression support.(9*)

Chlorine (Cl) is used by the body in its ionic form—chloride. Chloride helps to regulate the amount of fluid influx and efflux in various body parts as well as neutralize excess acid thereby creating a more alkaline blood pH.(10*) Alkaline blood may improve cellular functioning and boost immune system response.(11*)

Chromium (Cr) is used by the body for digesting food. Chromium may also help in those with type-2 diabetes as it moves the sugar in the blood stream into cells. It may also help with energy production by turning fats and carbohydrates into energy. Those with chromium deficiency are at increased risk for glaucoma. Finally, chromium has been shown to slow the loss of calcium and may be utilized for osteoporosis support.(12*)

Cobalt (Co) is used in the synthesis of vitamin B-12 which is required for normal cellular functioning. Cobalt is crucial in the biochemical process that creates new red blood cells and may be helpful in remedying some blood-related disorders. Cobalt has also been linked to proper neural functioning. It is thought to help in the formation of myelin which is the protective coating that surrounds neurons (which also helps with conduction of nerve impulses).(13*)

Copper (Cu) an essential trace mineral is found in many tissues within the body.(14*) Copper is required for the proper function of the heart and the arterial system. Copper deficiency can lead to fatigue and lack of energy.(15*) This may be due to copper’s role in the creation of hemoglobin as well as its role in some critical enzymatic reactions.(16*)

Cesium (Cs) is a trace element that helps bring the body into a more alkaline state, therefore, offering immune support.(17*), (18*) Cesium, taken orally, is used for depression support.(19*)

Germanium (Ge) may help the oxygen in our bloodstream permeate the tissues thereby offering immune support. Germanium is also thought to help the body excrete toxins.(20*) Further, it is believed to provide high blood pressure and high cholesterol support plus it may help women with their menstrual disorders.(20*)

Indium (In) Indium helps with the absorption of copper, manganese, chromium and zinc. It also plays a role in regulating the pituitary gland and various hormones. Further, it can offer PMS support.(21*)

Iodine (I) may help to support thyroid health by blocking the uptake of harmful substances by the thyroid. Iodine aids in the production of hormones. If an individual lacks iodine in their diet, several health conditions can result including Goiters, heart disease, various types of cancer, eye disease, diabetes and stroke.(22*)

Iridium (Ir) offers chronic fatigue, memory and cognition support.(23*)

Iron (Fe) is an essential trace mineral and is required for the proper formation of hemoglobin in the blood.(24*) Without hemoglobin, the human body is unable to use oxygen breathed in via the lungs. Further, iron is also required for normal cellular activity as well as for the formation of certain types of connective tissues. Iron deficiency has been linked to fatigue, low blood-oxygen levels, reduced immune function and cognitive deficits.(25*)

Magnesium (Mg) is considered essential for human life, yet the body can only use it when calcium and phosphorus are present in the proper ratios.(19*)

Magnesium aids in activating (ATP) which is the primary cellular energy source.(26*) Magnesium is required for muscle movement and the synthesis of amino acids.(26*)

This all-important trace mineral is also thought to regulate blood sugar levels, regulate blood pressure and is used in the biochemical process known as protein synthesis.

About half of all magnesium found in the body is found in the bones. It is required for proper absorption of calcium and needed for good bone health. Magnesium may be helpful in osteoporosis and diabetes support.

Manganese (Mn) Manganese is essential for glucose utilization, lipid synthesis, and lipid metabolism. Manganese helps to metabolize cholesterol and also helps with proper pancreatic function and development.(27*) It is an essential mineral and is required for the formation of many of the tissues and bones of the body. Further, it is used in many biochemical processes.

Molybdenum (Mo) is a trace element that is found in the liver, skin, kidneys and bones.(28*) It is considered an essential as it is required for certain enzymes to function correctly. Molybdenum may also help the body utilize nutritional iron as well as help with carbohydrate metabolism.(19*)

Nickel (Ni) is used in the formation of the skin and the bones. It also helps the body absorb another trace mineral—zinc.(30*) Commonly, nickel supplementation is used in cases of anemia as it increases the bioavailability of iron in the body.(19*)

Phosphorus (P): Phosphorus is also found in DNA and RNA, and is required for cellular replication. Phosphorus is also a component of (ATP) which is the energy source used to power the body.

Selenium (Se) combined with vitamin E, helps our immune system produce antibodies. Deficiency of selenium has been linked to leukemia and arthritis.(31*)

Selenium is found in more than two dozen selenoproteins which play critical roles in a variety of biological functions such as reproduction, thyroid hormone metabolism, and DNA synthesis.(32*)

Further, it is thought to act as an antioxidant.(33*) Selenium may be especially important for men for prostate support.(34*) The protective aspects of selenium are further enhanced in the presence of other antioxidants such as vitamin E3.

Silicon (Si) is used in cases of brittle bones, stroke, heart disease and Alzheimer's. Silicon deficiency can lead to hearing loss and weak/brittle nails. Further, silicon supplementation may enhance healing of the skin and formation of the connective tissues. Silicon supplements are used for support of the digestive system.(35*)

Sodium (Na) is an integral component of blood plasma and is used in every cell in the body chiefly as a key component of the sodium-potassium pump. This basic cellular mechanism maintains the correct ionic gradients within our cells.(36*)

Strontium (Sr) is a trace mineral that is found primarily in the bones of the human body. As a supplement, there has been some research into its effectiveness in osteoporosis support.(19*)

Sulfur (S) is an essential trace element: It is required for the creation/synthesis of two important amino acids—cysteine and methionine.(36*) Sulfur may be of benefit in remedying arthritis and rosacea. Sulfur is required for the healthy formation of the hair, skin, and nails. Finally, sulfur proves itself essential on a cellular level via its involvement in cellular respiration which is the process whereby nutrients are converted into ATP 2.

Vanadium (V) may help the body convert biochemical nutrients (food) into energy (ATP). Further, vanadium enhances the bioavailability of three key trace elements: Zinc, copper, and iron. Research suggests that vanadium also helps to stabilize blood sugar levels which have led some researchers to believe it may have medical applications for blood-sugar conditions. Vanadium is essential for the healthy formation of bones and teeth.(37*) Vanadium is also used as an athletic enhancer in the sport of weight training.

Vitamin C helps in maintaining capillary strength,(38*) and strengthening the body's immune system.(39*)  In addition, it partners with other nutrients to build various tissues and it is also responsible for creating collagen.(40*)  Vitamin C also protects the skin from bruising and stops the blood from clotting.(41*) Vitamin C boosts the body's ability to absorb iron.(42*)

Zinc (Zn) is essential for human life and is involved in many different chemical reactions including the maintenance of DNA, the creation of insulin and the healing of wounds.(43*)


     Source References

(1) Boron - National Library of Medicine
(2) Boron For Your Bone - One Green Planet
(3) McCall S, Cummings C, Bhave G, Vanacore R, Page-MCaw A, Hudson B. Bromine is an essential trace element for assembly of collagen IV sceffolds in tissue development and architecture. Cell. 2014;157:1380-92.National Library of Medicine.
(4) Bromine Benefits, Side Effects, Overdose, & Toxicity - ACU - Cell Nutrition
(5) Bones Need Calcium & Phosphorus - WebMD
(6) The Alkaline Diet: Alkaline pH Diet Benefits - US National Library Of Medicine
(7) US Calcium & Nerve Pulses - LiveStrong
(8) Cesium Chloride - US Cancer Tutor
(9) Cesium - WebMD
(10) Trace Minerals Research - Health Benefits
(11)  Health Supplements - Alkaline Supplements
(12) Chromium Topic Overview - WebMD
(13) Cobalt (Co) - Herb Wisdom
(14) Copper - Wikipedia
(15)  Copper - Dr. Weil
(16)  Copper Minerals - Star Crystals
(17) Health Benefits - Diet Health Club
(18)  Cancer - Alternative Health
(19)  Vitamins & Supplements - WebMD
(20) Health Benefits - iGlobe Health Care
(21) Health Benefits - MedicineNet
(22)  Iodine - WebMD
(23) Iridium - Wikipedia
(24) Iron Health Profession - National Institutes of Health
(25)  Good and Bad Iron - Berkeley Wellness
(26)  Foods High in Magnesium HealthAliciousNess
(27) Health Benefits - World's Healthiest Foods
(28)  Health Benefits - WebMD
(29) An Essential Trace Element - National Center for Biotechnology Information
(30) Health Benefits - Nickel Institute
(31)  Health Benefits - Medical News Today
(33)  Selenium Health Professional - National Institutes of Health
(34)  Prostate Problems - Progressive Health
(35) Silicon - The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
(36) ATPase - Wikipedia
(37) Herb Supplement Guide Alt Medicine
(38) Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) Medline Plus
(39) Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) - Mayo Clinic
(40) Vitamin C - RX List
(41) Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) Bioavailability  - Linus Pauling Institute
(42) Ascorbic Acid Vs Vitamin C - Fit Day
(43) Health Benefits - University of Maryland Medical


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