Iron and Magnesium

Iron

Necessary for production hemoglobin, and oxygenation of red blood cells, builds up blood quality, and increases resistance as well as increasing energy production.

Found in liver, lean meats, eggs, whole grain breads and cereals, fruits, vegetables, and brewer's yeast. Amount needed is higher in women of childbearing age.

It is most effective with vit B-12, Folic Acid.

Magnesium

Needed as a key substance in proper functioning of nerves and muscles and healthy maintenance of bones. Helps protect the arterial lining from the stress of sudden blood pressure changes.

Activates nearly 100 enzymes and helps nerves and muscles function.

Found in nuts, whole grain foods, dry beans & peas, dark green vegetables & soy products.

Effective with Vitamin B-6, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Calcium, Phosphorus.

The next page will help you learn about some more vital mineral, namely those of zinc and selenium.

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