Too Much Or Too Little Minerals
If someone consumes too many minerals it could cause: high blood pressure (could lead to death), iron toxicity (could cause digestive upset, organ failure and death), zinc overdose (nausea, headache, fatigue, anemia, and low immune function), and selenosis (causes hair loss, fatigue, slight nerve damage and nausea).
If someone consumes too little minerals it could cause: weakened bones, anemia, weakened immune system, goiter (a swollen thyroid gland), reduced production of thyroid hormones, muscle pain, and weakness.
Scientists have stated that there are over 3,000 different types of minerals.
The minerals our bodies need are different from the minerals found on Earth. Our body actually needs the elements found within the minerals.
Zinc is good for immunity and growth and is found in dark chocolate.
Some minerals make hormones to maintain a normal heartbeat.
Magnesium found in nuts, chocolate, and more and is needed for making protein, nerve transmission, and others
Iron is a mineral that transport oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body
Nervous system and muscles work properly because the mineral potassium
Essential minerals are divided into macrominerals and microminerals
Raisins and other dried fruits are rich in iron
Acids, like stomach acid, need minerals like chloride
Leafy green vegetables and dairy products are a great source of calcium
Some minerals, like Sodium, are very dangerous in large amounts and can cause major health problems