The Clinical Utility of Minerals: A snapshot. Part 2

New journal article has been published. Optimum nutrition is the foundation for optimum health. Minerals play a fundamental role in optimising health and managing chronic disease. This snapshot aims to introduce the clinical utility of the minerals copper, iodine, iron, manganese, molybdenum, and silica, such as the functions, deficiency signs and symptoms, and uses of these minerals. Some of the functions of these minerals include synthesis of haemoglobin and red and white blood cells, immune function, metabolic regulation, energy production, synthesis of neurotransmitters, bone mineralisation, bone health, formation of connective tissue, and cognitive function.

Reference: McEwen BJ. The Clinical Utility of Minerals: A snapshot. Part 2. J ATMS. 2022 28(2): 81-84.

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