Ionic minerals are the key to persons overall well being. Every day our bodies rely on ionic and trace minerals to conduct and generate countless tiny electrical impulses. Without these impulses, not a single muscle, including the heart, is able to function. Ionic minerals also play a role in regulating hormones, enzymes, amino acids and the immune system. They are required to build and maintain the structure of the body, brain function, blood sugar and pH balance and keep the intestines healthy and fully functioning.Unfortunately, because of the lack of minerals found in todays foods, mineral supplementation is required.
Magnesium activates over 300 enzymes and helps with nerve and muscle function. It maintains the integrity of cell membranes and stabilizes the cell electrically. It is critical for proper heart function. Chloride is the main anion or negatively charged ion and is as vital as a counter balance for all cations or positive ions. Chloride is also essential for hydrochloric acid production. Sulfate is needed for the structure of most proteins and plays a role in liver detoxification. Potassium regulates heartbeat, maintains fluid balance and helps muscles contract. Potassium is a catalyst in protein and carbohydrate metabolism and must exist in balance with sodium. Sodium is the principle mineral in the extracellular fluid of the blood and is required to regulate fluid volume and maintain acid-base balance. Sodium is constantly exchanging with potassium across membranes in order to maintain proper intercellular balance. Lithium is widely used for its therapeutic value as a mood elevator. Plus the following minerals in varying trace amounts: Calcium, Carbonate, Bromide, Fluoride, Iodine, Rubidium, Scandium, Boron, Phosphorus, Nickel, Manganese, Chromium, Strontium, Cobalt, Zinc, Titanium, Lanthanum, Cerium, Barium, Copper,
Iron, Silicon, Yttrium, Molybdenum, Tin, Gallium, Gold, Silver, Cesium, Beryllium, Selenium, Vanadium, Dysprosium, Holmium, Terbium, Praseodymium, Lutecium, Gadolinium, Samarium, Bismuth, Ytterbium, Erbium, Europium, Neodymium, and other minerals found in seawater.