What Is Mineral From Kangyo Biochem

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A mineral is defined as “a solid inorganic substance of natural occurrence.” Minerals are important elements for keeping the human body healthy. The human body requires 13 different types of minerals to maintain overall health, including: potassium/calcium/zinc/iron/magnesium/and others
Each mineral has a different role. We need these nutrients for purposes including muscular movement, nerve signaling, cardiovascular functions, growth, development and more.

Essential minerals that the body requires include:
1. Calcium
2. Sodium
3. Potassium
4. Magnesium
5. Chloride
6. Phosphorus
7. Iodine
8. Iron
9. Zinc
10. Copper
11. Manganese
12. Sulfur
13. Selenium

What are minerals good for? Minerals in our diets have numerous important functions that keep us alive every day.
They maintain our overall health by performing jobs such as:
• Creating enzymes that help with digestion, energy production and metabolic processes
• Facilitating nerve transmissions
• Allowing for muscle contractions, muscle relaxation and movement
• Regulating fluid balance, which helps prevent swelling and edema
• Maintaining normal blood pressure levels
• Carrying oxygen throughout the body
• Maintaining normal bone density and teeth strength
• Facilitating blood clotting
• Producing stomach acid and other digestive “juices”
• Supporting growth and development in babies and children
• Healing wounds and damaged tissues
• Facilitating thyroid function
• Maintaining a normal acid-base balance (pH level)

Below are some of the roles and benefits that different essential minerals have in the human body:
• Calcium — Important for maintaining a healthy skeletal structure, bones and teeth; helps muscles relax and contract; important in nerve functioning, blood clotting, blood pressure regulation, immune system health and metabolic functions.
• Magnesium — Assists in enzymatic reactions, helps with synthesis of DNA; found in bones; needed for making proteins and for muscle contractions, nerve transmission and immune system health.
• Potassium — Helps with fluid balance, nerve transmissions, muscle contractions and normal blood pressure. Also helps prevent heart arrhythmia and swelling and reduces the risk for hypertension and stroke.
• Sodium — Needed to maintain fluid balance and counteract potassium, supports nerve transmissions, and assists in muscle contractions.
• Phosphorus — Important for healthy bones and teeth; found in every cell; part of the system that maintains acid-base balance; helps nerves function and makes muscles contract.
• Chloride — Works with sodium to help balance fluids and assists in digestion by producing stomach acid needed to maintain a normal pH level.
• Iodine — Needed to produce thyroid hormones; supports metabolic reactions; helps with development; facilitates normal brain development and cognitive functions.
• Iron — Helps form hemoglobin, which carries oxygen in the blood; prevents anemia; assists in development; helps make amino acids, collagen, neurotransmitters and certain hormones.
• Zinc —Aids in cell division, immune function, skin health and wound healing.
• Copper — Supports metabolic functions; facilitates iron uptake in the GI tract; fights free radical damage; helps with neurotransmitter production.
• Manganese — Helps with breakdown of protein, carbohydrates and cholesterol; aids in cell division; facilitates blood clotting.
• Selenium — Maintains normal thyroid hormone production; assists in metabolism and DNA synthesis; protects against oxidative damage; supports immune system in fighting infections; needed for healthy fertility, especially in men since it promotes sperm health.
• Sulfur — Supports immune system in fighting infections; has natural antibacterial properties; helps repair DNA damage.

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