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5/06/2011

Inadequate Mineral Needs Every Day

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Humans require minerals to enable hundreds of enzyme reactions in the body. Minerals have many benefits for the body. For instance calcium contained in milk, serves to keep the bone from porous.

However, the human body can not produce its own minerals. Needs mineral usually obtained from meat and plants. Entering the minerals in the daily diet is very important, because it can help increase your metabolism which contribute to reducing excess calories.

As quoted from Live Strong, there are six essential minerals your body needs. Recognize the function and what foods are a source of minerals, to be included in your daily diet:

1. Calcium
According to the Dietary Supplements, the body needs 1,000 mg of calcium per day and 1,200 mg at the age of 50 years and over. Approximately 99 percent of calcium stored in bones and teeth, and utilized for growth. One percent of the remainder is used to help transport blood throughout the body, producing certain hormones and helps nerves work. Calcium can be obtained from milk, yogurt, cheese, spinach, and broccoli.

2. Chrome
Although the body needs these minerals in small quantities, but the benefit is very large in metabolism. Chromium helps insulin process and store carbohydrates, fats and proteins in the body. Women need 0.025 mg of chromium a day while men need 0.035 mg. Eat broccoli, apples, wheat, potatoes and orange juice to get the chromium you need.

3. Zinc
Zinc works to keep the immune system and aid in healing wounds. Men require 11 mg zinc, while women need only 8 mg per day. Foods that contain these minerals are oysters, beef, chicken, almonds, cheese and yogurt.

4. Magnesium
Magnesium is a mineral vital for strengthening bones. Half of the magnesium in the body was found in the bone. In addition, the body uses magnesium to regulate heartbeat, nerve function and muscle movement. Women need 310 mg of magnesium and men need 400 mg every day. Foods made from milk, beans, spinach, seafood, and soybeans are rich in magnesium.

5. Iron
Iron helps the blood to carry oxygen to every cell, tissue and organ in the body. Iron also plays a role in the growth, maintenance and differentiation of cells. Women need more iron, about 18 mg per day, due to menstruate and have a higher risk of anemia. While men need 8 mg of iron every day. Eating meat and fish to meet the need of iron in the body.

6. Selenium
Selenium acts as an antioxidant that protects cells from damage. Selenium also helps to regulate thyroid gland hormones in the body. The body needs selenium 0.055 mg per day found in Brazil nuts, tuna, noodles or rice, cheese and eggs.

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