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Multi mineral supplements designed to address mineral deficiencies that are lacking within our modern diets.
Mineral deficiencies are a common problem in the modern age, with as much as 75% of the adult population not meeting the recommended dietary intake of magnesium through diet alone.
There are a number of minerals that are bodies require for healthy balance and functioning.
Minerals that are essential for health include magnesium, calcium, potassium, sodium, zinc, copper, iron, selenium etc. You can find a full list of essential minerals here.
Our bodies cannot produce minerals so it is essential we take them in through our diet.
Unfortunately up to 75% of the adult population don’t take in the recommended dietary amount of minerals through our modern diet. This makes supplements an effective tool to top up your daily mineral intake.
It’s important you take minerals in a form that can be easily absorbed, in this case raw powder is much more effective than tablet form which is less bioavailable.
On top of that, looking for supplements that are independently lab test, UK made and are formulated in an accredited lab is important to ensure good quality.
Due to their important role in achieving a healthy balance in the body, the symptoms can vary.
The symptoms will generally vary depending on which minerals you are deficient in. It’s worth examining your diet to see where you may be missing, or get a test done to measure your mineral levels.
Some of the most common supplements taken are magnesium and collagen, because the average adult is generally deficient in these due to the minerals lacking sufficient volumes in the modern diet.
The goods news is that minerals are not required in large quantities for healthy bodily function.
However, this does mean that too much of one mineral can cause problems – something that needs to be noted when supplementing.
It’s important you don’t exceed the recommended dietary allowance for that specific mineral.
All Evopure’s multi mineral products are well within a safe range of RDA of each substance.
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