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Iron is a very important micromineral because it is part of the hemoglobin molecule, which is found in red blood cells. And remember, red bloods cell are the ones that carry oxygen throughout the human body. Iron is also essential for metabolism and synthesizing energy molecules, like ATP. You can find iron in organ meats, red meats, fish and seafood, poultry, shellfish like clams, egg yolks, legumes, dried fruits, dark and leafy greens, and iron-enriched breads and cereals.
There are a number of minerals, both macro and micro in size, that we need on a daily basis in order for our bodies to function at their best. Many of the fruits and vegetables that we buy from grocery stores are deficient in essential minerals. Most of the time, that is because they are being grown in soil that is bankrupt in the basic nutrients of life.
That is why we have our excellent line of Angstrom Minerals. Our minerals are plant-derived and suspended in reverse osmosis (RO) water so that your essential mineral is not compromised by preservatives or additives.
We refer to our minerals as Angstrom because the particles in our mineral supplements are smaller compared to over-the-counter and retail drugstore colloidal minerals. Since the particles are smaller, they are able to pass through the cell membranes with more ease thus allowing your body to absorb the optimal amount of our Angstrom Minerals.
Sources Utilized: Romito MD, Kathleen and Rhonda O’Brien, MS, RD, Certified Diabetes Educator. "Minerals: Their Function and Sources." eMedicineHealth: Revised 25 January 2013. Web.
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