Supports overall mineral status in the body by building critical proteins.
Moves chemicals in and out of cells.
Transmits signals throughout the body.
Promotes normal enzyme function which facilitate the chemical reaction required to build cells and run your metabolism.
Chelated minerals for enhanced absorption and bioavailability and to reduce gastrointestinal complaints
1:1 calcium-to-magnesium ratio for flexibility to fit personalized protocols based on need
Iron-free to support individual requirements.
Calcium Essential for energy production and to build healthy bones.
Iodine As an adult, if you are low on iodine, you could have low sex hormone levels, hypothyroidism, and thinning hair. It is also associated with depression, frequent colds, joint pain, and tender breasts.
Magnesium An important co-factor in more than three hundred enzymatic processes that occur in your body that are responsible for ensuring you have enough energy. Making proteins, controlling blood glucose levels, and regulating your blood pressure. Helps your muscles relax and is very effective if you have muscle spasms.
Zinc Decreases your chances of getting an infection, improves your blood pressure and slows inflammation.
Selenium Increases your stress resilience.
Copper Helps protect against allergies and histamine intolerance.
Manganese Helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels, keeps your blood vessels working and supports healthy joints and bones.
Chromium An essential trace mineral that can improve insulin sensitivity and enhance protein, carbohydrate, and lipid metabolism.
Molybdenum Very important for your body because even if you are slightly deficient it can change your mood -make you feel unmotivated, reduce your stress resilience, and even cause chronic pain and problems sleeping.
Potassium Hydrating mineral that draws water, puts water into your cells.
Boron Essential to the human body through a variety of supporting functions. Boron also reduces inflammation and oxidative stress.
Vanadium Used for treating diabetes, low blood sugar, high cholesterol, heart disease, tuberculosis, syphilis, a form of “tired blood” (anemia), and water retention (edema); for improving athletic performance in weight training; and for preventing cancer.
Other Ingredients Cellulose (capsule), vegetable stearate, microcrystalline cellulose.
Take 3 capsules per day. One Month Supply.
PRO-TIP So that your body can use the minerals and function properly, always pair with DAKE™
Why you Need it?
In order to enable the magic of life, your cells require a full dose of macro, or “big,” minerals (calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, and sulfur), along with trace minerals (iron, manganese, copper, iodine, zinc, cobalt, and selenium) and ultratrace minerals.
What are trace minerals?
Trace minerals are essential for your body to carry out its energy producing processes, but you need them in much smaller amounts than the big minerals. That doesn’t make them any less essential, though. Trace minerals act mainly as catalysts for enzymes so that you can make energy. Many of them have important antioxidant activity as well. As with the big minerals, both the amounts and the proportions matter, because many of them work together and too much of one of them may increase your need for another.
What does chelated mean?
“Chelated” minerals are among the mineral supplements touted for their improved absorption. The word, chelate (pronounced: key late) means to create a ring-like complex, or in loose terms 'to grab and bond to'. Chelated minerals are bound to an amino or organic acid, they don't require as much stomach acid to be efficiently digested. Similarly, people who experience stomach pain after taking supplements may benefit from chelated minerals, as they're less dependent on stomach acid for digestion.
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