They are involved in many vital processes: they maintain an adequate structure of bones and teeth, promote the transmission of nerve impulses, maintain stable blood pH levels, intervene in the regulation of blood pressure and of the amount of fluid in the body, and contribute to normal muscle function.
They are eliminated in our urine and sweat and, in summer, when we sweat more, we lose even more mineral salts. A fluctuation in the levels of mineral salts can create a variety of disorders and be an indication of metabolic imbalances.
Monitor your Mineral Salts with the CDC Check-upNo appointment or doctor’s note needed.
- Blood count