Mineral food ingredients

saltMineral food ingredients
inorganic chemical compounds, mainly positive ions (kationy) punishment, calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron and negative ions (aniony) phosphorus compounds, sulfur, chlorine. Apart from proteins, they are the structural material of the organism, are part of the body fluids, affect the course of many life processes, have a regulatory effect.

Total elements, of which the human body consists, divided into macronutrients, those are: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, azote, calcium, Phosphor, potassium, sulfur, chlorine and sodium – their share in body weight exceeds 99% – and micronutrients, which include, among others: iron, magnesium, copper, mangan, cobalt, zinc, molybdenum, selen, fluorine and iodine – the share of this group is approx. 1 %. The importance of micronutrients for human health has been better understood recently. Due to their special role in the course of life processes, they are called bioelements, sometimes also metals of life. An almost complete set of mineral food components needed for the proper functioning of the human body includes crude fossil salt or evaporated from sea water. (Salt, warzona, most often sold in stores, it's just pure sodium chloride). The source of most minerals in food is also hard (dolomitowa) drinking water, which unlike soft water (from rainfall), mainly rich in sodium, has a lot of calcium, magnesium, zinc, lithium and other bioelements. A diet that provides the body with adequate amounts of mineral food ingredients is incomplete, if it does not also contain ingredients that facilitate their absorption by the body. For example, vitamin D deficiency causes little calcium absorption; a similar relationship connects vitamin C with iron.