dietary mineral

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dietary mineral

Minerals required for optimal functioning of the body; dietary requirements for minerals range from molar to trace amounts/day; some–eg, nickel, tin, and vanadium, may be required by some plants or animals, but are not known to have a role in humans
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In recent years, the awareness of consumer regarding the health benefits of mineral supplements is growing due to the rise in educational level in the Asia-Pacific region.
North America holds the majority of the market for mineral supplements, followed by Asia Pacific and Europe.
The researchers concluded that "multivitamin and mineral supplements synergistically contribute to the cancer chemopreventative potential, and hence, regular supplements of multivitamins and minerals could reduce the risk of colon cancer.
The current study, consistent with patterns presented in previous studies, demonstrated that females, older people, and those with a socio-economically advantaged background were more likely to use vitamin and mineral supplements.
One lady I saw was taking 23 vitamin and mineral supplement tablets every day in the hope of preventing ill health, yet she still suffered with frequent colds, tiredness and poor skin.
MEDLINE Plus Health Information: Vitamin and Mineral Supplements MEDLINE Plus Health Information is a service of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, that provides information on health topics, including vitamin and mineral supplements.
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7 billion a year on vitamin and mineral supplements, whole food sources of those substances continually win the research wars.
But as a mother, she's learned that children don't always cooperate, making vitamin and mineral supplements a useful fallback.
Vitamin and mineral supplements are commonly consumed in the United States with about 35-40% of the general population using them (McDonald 1986; Stewart, McDonald, Levy, Schuker, & Henderson, 1985).