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Organic Mineral Formula

Pretorius - Organic Mineral Formula

Organic Mineral Formula (60 Tablets)

Brand: Pretorius | Code: 638P | Spec: 60.00 Tabs

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About

This product is a broad spectrum organic mineral supplement.

 

Indications / Professional Recommendations

  • May assist in improving energy levels
  • May be beneficial for people who sweat excessively
  • May assist in maintaining bone health
  • May assist in relieving the symptoms of muscle cramps

 

Added Benefits

  • For best absorption, balanced mineral formulas are preferred rather than high dose single minerals
  • May be of benefit to vegetarians, as this type of diet may be lacking in certain minerals
  • Low magnesium levels are common in elderly people
  • May be beneficial for convalescence after illness
  • May assist in reducing the symptoms of headaches
  • For effective function of enzymes within the body
  • Minerals function as essential components in enzyme reactions. Enzymes speed up chemical reactions that are necessary within the body. If an enzyme is lacking in a certain mineral it will not function properly.
  • All minerals are in organic form for optimum absorption and utilisation by the body

 

Each tablet contains

Calcium Orotate (elemental Calcium 10mg) - 100mg
Calcium Amino Acid Chelate (elemental Calcium 20mg) - 100mg
Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate (elemental Magnesium 20mg) - 100mg
Potassium Amino Acid Chelate (elemental Potassium 16mg) - 80mg
Zinc Amino Acid Chelate (elemental Zinc 5mg) - 25mg
Manganese Amino Acid Chelate (elemental Manganese 2.5mg) - 25mg
Chromium Amino Acid Chelate (elemental Chromium 5mg) - 250mcg
Potassium Iodide (elemental Iodine 40mcg) - 52mcg
Sodium molybdate (elemental Molybdenum 214mcg) - 467mcg

 

Features

  • Suitable for vegetarians

 

Dosage

Take one to two tablets daily before a meal.

 

Cautions

  • If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional

 

References

Hendler S, Rorvik D, Fleming T, et al., 2001: PDR for Nutritional Supplements, 1st ed. Medical Economics/Thompson Healthcare

 

Murray M, 1996: Encyclopedia of Nutritional Supplements, Prima Health