{"id":1010384175219,"title":"Body Basics Mineral Health Package - 2 Pack 32 Oz.","handle":"body-basics-mineral-health-package-2-pack-32-oz","description":"Package special includes ONE bottle 32 Oz. Morning Basics and ONE bottle 32 Oz. Evening Basics! A complete mineral package to nourish the body with vital minerals along with added Vitamin C for natural health and well-being. This is a popular package special which we sell many of due to the increasing amount of individuals especially females who are mineral deficient in the world today.\n\nThe term mineral deficiency means a condition where the concentration of any one of the minerals essential to human health is abnormally low in the body. In some cases, an abnormally low mineral concentration is defined as that which leads to an impairment in a function dependent on the mineral. In other cases, the convention may be to define an abnormally low mineral concentration as a level lower than that found in a specific healthy population.\n\nThe mineral nutrients are defined as all the inorganic elements or inorganic molecules that are required for life. As far as human nutrition is concerned, the inorganic nutrients include water, sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, phosphate, sulfate, magnesium, iron, copper, zinc, manganese, iodine, selenium, and molybdenum.\n\nMorning and Evening Basics were designed to enhance a balanced diet. Both were designed to give the body basic minerals and Vitamin C to promote health and well-being.\n\nFor basic maintenance of the body systems, these two exciting blends in combination provide the body with its basic mineral needs. An advanced delivery system provides superior mineral nutrition with maximum absorption and assimilation.*\n\nRecommended Dose: One ounce (2 tbsp) of Morning Basics in the morning with a meal, and one ounce (2 tbsp) of Evening Basics in the evening with a meal. Consult a health care practitioner for use with all individuals, especially those under the age of 14.\n\nMorning Basics Ingredients:Vitamin C, Ionic Magnesium, Ionic Zinc, Ionic Selenium, Ionic Manganese, Ionic Potassium, Ionic Sulfur, and Purified Water.\n\n *\n\n Magnesium 3000 PPM (Parts-per-million) = 15 mg\/tsp = 45 mg\/tbl.**\n\n *\n\n Potassium 750 PPM = 3.75 mg\/tsp = 11.25 mg\/tbl.**\n\n *\n\n Proprietary blend of Sulfur \u0026amp; Manganese 570 PPM = 2.8 mg\/tsp = 8.5 mg\/tbl.**\n\n *\n\n Vitamin C 500 PPM = 2.5 mg\/tsp = 7.5 mg\/tbl.**\n\n *\n\n Zinc 250 PPM = 1.25 mg\/tsp = 3.75 mg\/tbl.**\n\n *\n\n Selenium 3.4 PPM = 17 mcg\/tsp = 50 mcg\/tbl.**\n\nEvening Basics Ingredients: Vitamin C, Ionic Calcium, Ionic Sodium, Ionic Copper, Ionic Boron, Ionic Chromium, and Purified Water.\n\n *\n\n Calcium 1,500 PPM (Parts-per-million) = 7.5 mg\/tsp = 22.5 mg\/tbl.**\n\n\n *\n\n Proprietary blend of Sodium \u0026amp; Boron 525 PPM = 2.625 mg\/tsp = 7.875 mg\/tbl.**\n\n\n *\n\n Vitamin C 500 PPM = 2.5 mg\/tsp = 7.5 mg\/tbl.\n\n\n *\n\n Copper 75 PPM = 375 mcg\/tsp = 1,125 mcg\/tbl.**\n\n\n *\n\n Chromium 15 PPM = 75 mcg\/tsp = 225 mcg\/tbl.**\n\n*The statements on this page have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.\n\n**\"Most minerals [from food] are 8-12% absorbable, Chelated Minerals are 40% absorbable, and liquid... Minerals are 98% absorbable, being 7000 times smaller than Red blood cells, with negative-charge for absorption.\" (Joseph B. Marion; Anti-aging Manual)\n\n\nHere is a run-through of the main minerals your body needs and the effects of their deficiency:\n\nCalcium is essential for building and maintaining healthy bones, muscle contraction and blood clotting mechanism. Calcium is also essential to build healthy teeth. Calcium deficiency symptoms include muscle aches and pains, muscle twitching and spasm, muscle cramps and reduced bone density. Vitamin D is essential for proper calcium absorption and utilization.\n\nChromium is involved in the processes that make glucose available for energy. It is also important for the metabolism of amino acids (the ‘building blocks’ of proteins) and fats. Deficiency symptoms include glucose intolerance or insulin resistant hyperglycaemia (excess sugar in the blood), raised serum lipids and weight loss. Studies have shown that chromium helps to lower blood sugar in individuals.\n\nOlder people (over 55) plus those who exercise regularly as this may increase the loss of chromium from the body in urine, and will need chromium supplementation. Note, however, that some chromium supplements contain yeast, which can interfere with certain prescription medicines. Individuals with diabetes should only take chromium under medical supervision. Chromium is unsuitable for pregnant or breast-feeding women, or for epileptics.\n\nCopper\nWe need copper for proteins involved in growth, nerve function and energy release. It is vital for the formation of some important proteins. It is a critical functional component of a number of essential enzymes, known as cuproenzymes. Two copper-containing enzymes, ceruloplasmin (ferroxidase I) and ferroxidase II are involved in iron metabolism. Copper is stored in appreciable amounts in the liver. It also has anti-oxidant properties and involved in the regulation of gene expression.\n\nOne of the most common clinical signs of copper deficiency is an anemia that is unresponsive to iron therapy but corrected by copper supplementation. The anemia results from defective iron mobilization. Copper deficiency may also result in abnormally low numbers of white blood cells, which can make you susceptible to infections and unable to combat them when they occur.\n\nIron-Deficiency Anemia is a form of anemia caused by lack of iron. The body needs iron to make hemoglobin, a substance in red blood cells that carries oxygen from the lungs to body tissues.\nMuch of the iron our body is stored in the bone marrow that makes blood cells. When there is not enough iron in the bloodstream, the body uses the bone marrow reserves. If this iron stored in the bone marrow is low, red blood cells do not form properly: they are smaller than usual (microcytosis) and fewer.\n\nWhen you have iron-deficiency anemia, you will likely have fatigue, dizziness, irritability, headaches, difficulty concentrating, shortness of breath during exercise, a pale appearance, brittle nails, and cracked lips. You should not take too much iron supplements.\nMagnesium plays important roles in the structure of the human body, involved in more than 300 essential metabolic reactions, including energy production. The adult human body contains about 25 grams of magnesium. \nManganese is a mineral element that is both nutritionally essential and potentially toxic. It is involved in bone development, wound healing, and it has anti-oxidant properties. 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Morning Basics and ONE bottle 32 Oz. Evening Basics! A complete mineral package to nourish the body with vital minerals along with added Vitamin C for natural health and well-being. This is a popular package special which we sell many of due to the increasing amount of individuals especially females who are mineral deficient in the world today.\n\nThe term mineral deficiency means a condition where the concentration of any one of the minerals essential to human health is abnormally low in the body. In some cases, an abnormally low mineral concentration is defined as that which leads to an impairment in a function dependent on the mineral. In other cases, the convention may be to define an abnormally low mineral concentration as a level lower than that found in a specific healthy population.\n\nThe mineral nutrients are defined as all the inorganic elements or inorganic molecules that are required for life. As far as human nutrition is concerned, the inorganic nutrients include water, sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, phosphate, sulfate, magnesium, iron, copper, zinc, manganese, iodine, selenium, and molybdenum.\n\nMorning and Evening Basics were designed to enhance a balanced diet. Both were designed to give the body basic minerals and Vitamin C to promote health and well-being.\n\nFor basic maintenance of the body systems, these two exciting blends in combination provide the body with its basic mineral needs. An advanced delivery system provides superior mineral nutrition with maximum absorption and assimilation.*\n\nRecommended Dose: One ounce (2 tbsp) of Morning Basics in the morning with a meal, and one ounce (2 tbsp) of Evening Basics in the evening with a meal. Consult a health care practitioner for use with all individuals, especially those under the age of 14.\n\nMorning Basics Ingredients:Vitamin C, Ionic Magnesium, Ionic Zinc, Ionic Selenium, Ionic Manganese, Ionic Potassium, Ionic Sulfur, and Purified Water.\n\n *\n\n Magnesium 3000 PPM (Parts-per-million) = 15 mg\/tsp = 45 mg\/tbl.**\n\n *\n\n Potassium 750 PPM = 3.75 mg\/tsp = 11.25 mg\/tbl.**\n\n *\n\n Proprietary blend of Sulfur \u0026amp; Manganese 570 PPM = 2.8 mg\/tsp = 8.5 mg\/tbl.**\n\n *\n\n Vitamin C 500 PPM = 2.5 mg\/tsp = 7.5 mg\/tbl.**\n\n *\n\n Zinc 250 PPM = 1.25 mg\/tsp = 3.75 mg\/tbl.**\n\n *\n\n Selenium 3.4 PPM = 17 mcg\/tsp = 50 mcg\/tbl.**\n\nEvening Basics Ingredients: Vitamin C, Ionic Calcium, Ionic Sodium, Ionic Copper, Ionic Boron, Ionic Chromium, and Purified Water.\n\n *\n\n Calcium 1,500 PPM (Parts-per-million) = 7.5 mg\/tsp = 22.5 mg\/tbl.**\n\n\n *\n\n Proprietary blend of Sodium \u0026amp; Boron 525 PPM = 2.625 mg\/tsp = 7.875 mg\/tbl.**\n\n\n *\n\n Vitamin C 500 PPM = 2.5 mg\/tsp = 7.5 mg\/tbl.\n\n\n *\n\n Copper 75 PPM = 375 mcg\/tsp = 1,125 mcg\/tbl.**\n\n\n *\n\n Chromium 15 PPM = 75 mcg\/tsp = 225 mcg\/tbl.**\n\n*The statements on this page have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.\n\n**\"Most minerals [from food] are 8-12% absorbable, Chelated Minerals are 40% absorbable, and liquid... Minerals are 98% absorbable, being 7000 times smaller than Red blood cells, with negative-charge for absorption.\" (Joseph B. Marion; Anti-aging Manual)\n\n\nHere is a run-through of the main minerals your body needs and the effects of their deficiency:\n\nCalcium is essential for building and maintaining healthy bones, muscle contraction and blood clotting mechanism. Calcium is also essential to build healthy teeth. Calcium deficiency symptoms include muscle aches and pains, muscle twitching and spasm, muscle cramps and reduced bone density. Vitamin D is essential for proper calcium absorption and utilization.\n\nChromium is involved in the processes that make glucose available for energy. It is also important for the metabolism of amino acids (the ‘building blocks’ of proteins) and fats. Deficiency symptoms include glucose intolerance or insulin resistant hyperglycaemia (excess sugar in the blood), raised serum lipids and weight loss. Studies have shown that chromium helps to lower blood sugar in individuals.\n\nOlder people (over 55) plus those who exercise regularly as this may increase the loss of chromium from the body in urine, and will need chromium supplementation. Note, however, that some chromium supplements contain yeast, which can interfere with certain prescription medicines. Individuals with diabetes should only take chromium under medical supervision. Chromium is unsuitable for pregnant or breast-feeding women, or for epileptics.\n\nCopper\nWe need copper for proteins involved in growth, nerve function and energy release. It is vital for the formation of some important proteins. It is a critical functional component of a number of essential enzymes, known as cuproenzymes. Two copper-containing enzymes, ceruloplasmin (ferroxidase I) and ferroxidase II are involved in iron metabolism. Copper is stored in appreciable amounts in the liver. It also has anti-oxidant properties and involved in the regulation of gene expression.\n\nOne of the most common clinical signs of copper deficiency is an anemia that is unresponsive to iron therapy but corrected by copper supplementation. The anemia results from defective iron mobilization. Copper deficiency may also result in abnormally low numbers of white blood cells, which can make you susceptible to infections and unable to combat them when they occur.\n\nIron-Deficiency Anemia is a form of anemia caused by lack of iron. The body needs iron to make hemoglobin, a substance in red blood cells that carries oxygen from the lungs to body tissues.\nMuch of the iron our body is stored in the bone marrow that makes blood cells. When there is not enough iron in the bloodstream, the body uses the bone marrow reserves. If this iron stored in the bone marrow is low, red blood cells do not form properly: they are smaller than usual (microcytosis) and fewer.\n\nWhen you have iron-deficiency anemia, you will likely have fatigue, dizziness, irritability, headaches, difficulty concentrating, shortness of breath during exercise, a pale appearance, brittle nails, and cracked lips. You should not take too much iron supplements.\nMagnesium plays important roles in the structure of the human body, involved in more than 300 essential metabolic reactions, including energy production. The adult human body contains about 25 grams of magnesium. \nManganese is a mineral element that is both nutritionally essential and potentially toxic. It is involved in bone development, wound healing, and it has anti-oxidant properties. It is also actively involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, amino acids and cholesterol. \nThe other trace minerals such as Molybdenum, selenium, phosphorus, iodine, potassium, sodium and zinc play important roles in our health and well-being and their deficiencies can create a variety of health problems for us. \n"}

Body Basics Mineral Health Package - 2 Pack 32 Oz.

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Package special includes ONE bottle 32 Oz. Morning Basics and ONE bottle 32 Oz. Evening Basics! A complete mineral package to nourish the body with vital minerals along with added Vitamin C for natural health and well-being. This is a popular package special which we sell many of due to the increasing amount of individuals especially females who are mineral deficient in the world today. The term mineral deficiency means a condition where the concentration of any one of the minerals essential to human health is abnormally low in the body. In some cases, an abnormally low mineral concentration is defined as that which leads to an impairment in a function dependent on the mineral. In other cases, the convention may be to define an abnormally low mineral concentration as a level lower than that found in a specific healthy population. The mineral nutrients are defined as all the inorganic elements or inorganic molecules that are required for life. As far as human nutrition is concerned, the inorganic nutrients include water, sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, phosphate, sulfate, magnesium, iron, copper, zinc, manganese, iodine, selenium, and molybdenum. Morning and Evening Basics were designed to enhance a balanced diet. Both were designed to give the body basic minerals and Vitamin C to promote health and well-being. For basic maintenance of the body systems, these two exciting blends in combination provide the body with its basic mineral needs. An advanced delivery system provides superior mineral nutrition with maximum absorption and assimilation.* Recommended Dose: One ounce (2 tbsp) of Morning Basics in the morning with a meal, and one ounce (2 tbsp) of Evening Basics in the evening with a meal. Consult a health care practitioner for use with all individuals, especially those under the age of 14. Morning Basics Ingredients:Vitamin C, Ionic Magnesium, Ionic Zinc, Ionic Selenium, Ionic Manganese, Ionic Potassium, Ionic Sulfur, and Purified Water. * Magnesium 3000 PPM (Parts-per-million) = 15 mg/tsp = 45 mg/tbl.** * Potassium 750 PPM = 3.75 mg/tsp = 11.25 mg/tbl.** * Proprietary blend of Sulfur & Manganese 570 PPM = 2.8 mg/tsp = 8.5 mg/tbl.** * Vitamin C 500 PPM = 2.5 mg/tsp = 7.5 mg/tbl.** * Zinc 250 PPM = 1.25 mg/tsp = 3.75 mg/tbl.** * Selenium 3.4 PPM = 17 mcg/tsp = 50 mcg/tbl.** Evening Basics Ingredients: Vitamin C, Ionic Calcium, Ionic Sodium, Ionic Copper, Ionic Boron, Ionic Chromium, and Purified Water. * Calcium 1,500 PPM (Parts-per-million) = 7.5 mg/tsp = 22.5 mg/tbl.** * Proprietary blend of Sodium & Boron 525 PPM = 2.625 mg/tsp = 7.875 mg/tbl.** * Vitamin C 500 PPM = 2.5 mg/tsp = 7.5 mg/tbl. * Copper 75 PPM = 375 mcg/tsp = 1,125 mcg/tbl.** * Chromium 15 PPM = 75 mcg/tsp = 225 mcg/tbl.** *The statements on this page have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. **"Most minerals [from food] are 8-12% absorbable, Chelated Minerals are 40% absorbable, and liquid... Minerals are 98% absorbable, being 7000 times smaller than Red blood cells, with negative-charge for absorption." (Joseph B. Marion; Anti-aging Manual) Here is a run-through of the main minerals your body needs and the effects of their deficiency: Calcium is essential for building and maintaining healthy bones, muscle contraction and blood clotting mechanism. Calcium is also essential to build healthy teeth. Calcium deficiency symptoms include muscle aches and pains, muscle twitching and spasm, muscle cramps and reduced bone density. Vitamin D is essential for proper calcium absorption and utilization. Chromium is involved in the processes that make glucose available for energy. It is also important for the metabolism of amino acids (the ‘building blocks’ of proteins) and fats. Deficiency symptoms include glucose intolerance or insulin resistant hyperglycaemia (excess sugar in the blood), raised serum lipids and weight loss. Studies have shown that chromium helps to lower blood sugar in individuals. Older people (over 55) plus those who exercise regularly as this may increase the loss of chromium from the body in urine, and will need chromium supplementation. Note, however, that some chromium supplements contain yeast, which can interfere with certain prescription medicines. Individuals with diabetes should only take chromium under medical supervision. Chromium is unsuitable for pregnant or breast-feeding women, or for epileptics. Copper We need copper for proteins involved in growth, nerve function and energy release. It is vital for the formation of some important proteins. It is a critical functional component of a number of essential enzymes, known as cuproenzymes. Two copper-containing enzymes, ceruloplasmin (ferroxidase I) and ferroxidase II are involved in iron metabolism. Copper is stored in appreciable amounts in the liver. It also has anti-oxidant properties and involved in the regulation of gene expression. One of the most common clinical signs of copper deficiency is an anemia that is unresponsive to iron therapy but corrected by copper supplementation. The anemia results from defective iron mobilization. Copper deficiency may also result in abnormally low numbers of white blood cells, which can make you susceptible to infections and unable to combat them when they occur. Iron-Deficiency Anemia is a form of anemia caused by lack of iron. The body needs iron to make hemoglobin, a substance in red blood cells that carries oxygen from the lungs to body tissues. Much of the iron our body is stored in the bone marrow that makes blood cells. When there is not enough iron in the bloodstream, the body uses the bone marrow reserves. If this iron stored in the bone marrow is low, red blood cells do not form properly: they are smaller than usual (microcytosis) and fewer. When you have iron-deficiency anemia, you will likely have fatigue, dizziness, irritability, headaches, difficulty concentrating, shortness of breath during exercise, a pale appearance, brittle nails, and cracked lips. You should not take too much iron supplements. Magnesium plays important roles in the structure of the human body, involved in more than 300 essential metabolic reactions, including energy production. The adult human body contains about 25 grams of magnesium. Manganese is a mineral element that is both nutritionally essential and potentially toxic. It is involved in bone development, wound healing, and it has anti-oxidant properties. It is also actively involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, amino acids and cholesterol. The other trace minerals such as Molybdenum, selenium, phosphorus, iodine, potassium, sodium and zinc play important roles in our health and well-being and their deficiencies can create a variety of health problems for us.