Minerals and trace elements support numerous vital bodily functions. The minerals calcium and magnesium contribute, for example, to normal energy metabolism and normal bone and muscle function.
In contrast to minerals, trace elements only occur in our bodies in small quantities - in traces. They are components of enzymes, hormones and other important biomolecules. Zinc and selenium contribute to the normal functioning of the immune system and support healthy hair and nails. Certain trace elements, such as manganese, zinc, selenium and copper protect our cells from oxidative stress.
Minerals plus trace elements contains minerals and trace elements from red coralline algae and bladderwrack. It also contains alfalfa, an important plant-based source of minerals and trace elements.