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Minerals from deep in the ocean found to enhance muscle output, may be next big sports supplement

Minerals found in the deep ocean may be used to improve muscle output, potentially becoming a big sports supplement, according to a study published in the journal Frontiers in Physiology.

Seeds That Kill Cancer, Improve Sight And Sleep Too

If you want a chewy snack, get pumpkin seeds. They have many good items like copper, zinc, magnesium, protein and are power food. They also have free radical fighting agents and phytosterols for the health.

The Link Between Potassium Deficiency and Cancer

You may have heard of natural medicine maverick Max Gerson, MD, and his pioneering work around cancer and metabolism in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s. If so, you may also know that one of the conditions Gerson focused on in preventing and healing cancer was potassium deficiency. Gerson discovered that balanced potassium levels are vital for prevention. Here’s why.

Relieve stress naturally with these scientifically proven supplements

Stress can maim, even kill. People who work under tremendous pressure get sick more often. They’re human time bombs waiting to explode.

The power of trace minerals: How tiny elements can do so much for the human body

Ask yourself this: Are you getting enough trace minerals? If the word “trace” didn’t precede “minerals”, then you might be more self-assured in your answer. But the word is there for a reason: trace minerals refer to vital minerals that are needed in small amounts. These elements are absolutely vital to the upkeep of our biological functions, yet we need less than 20 mg of these in a single day. That should speak volumes about the potency and significance of trace minerals. Anyone who wants to be at their healthiest needs to take in the following trace minerals on a daily basis:

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Trace Minerals Found In Fruits And Vegetables Declining Over Past 50 Years

Fruits and vegetables may not be as nutritious for us as they once were, according to researchers. The main reason for this is farming methods that strip nutrients from both the soil and the produce itself. The result is reduced amounts of trace minerals in the crops.