Minerals Why it’s Needed Where it’s Found More Effective With 
Calcium Builds strong bones and teeth. It helps to calm nerves and aids in insomnia. Helps in normalizing blood clotting and helps regulate the heartbeat. Milk, and milk products, cheese, sardines, salmon, soybeans, peanuts, green vegetables. Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus. 
Chromium Helps in carbohydrate utilization, involved in metabolism of glucose (for energy) and the synthesis of fatty acids and cholesterol. Unsaturated fats (such as corn oil), meats, clams, brewer’s yeast, liver and whole grain cereal.  
Copper Assists in the formation of hemoglobin, builds up blood quality, and increases resistance to stress and disease. Liver, whole grain products, almonds, green, leafy vegetables and most seafood’s. Iron, Zinc 
Iron Necessary for production of hemoglobin, builds up blood quality, and increases resistance to stress and disease. Liver, lean meats, eggs, whole grain breads, and cereals, fruits, vegetables, and brewer’s yeast. B-12, Folic Acid 
Magnesium Key substance in proper functioning of nerves and muscles and healthy maintenance of bones. Anti-Stress mineral. Nuts, whole grain foods, dry beans and peas, dark green vegetables, and soy products. Vitamin B-6, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Calcium, Phosphorus. 
Manganese Needed for protein, carbohydrate, fat production. Necessary for normal skeletal development. Helps maintain sex hormone production and nourishes the nerves and brain. Egg yolks, sunflower seeds, wheat germ, whole grain cereals, dried peas and beans, brewer’s yeast, and bone meal with Vitamin D. Vitamin b, Vitamin E, Calcium 
Phosphorus Essential for utilization of carbohydrate, fats and proteins for growth, maintenance, repair of cells, and energy production. Necessary for proper skeletal growth, tooth development, kidney functioning and transference of nerve impulses. Meat, fish,, poultry, eggs, whole grains, and nuts. Vitamin D, Calcium, Vitamin A, Iron, Manganese. 
Potassium Essential for muscles, nerves and heart. Aids in proper maintenance of mineral balance of blood. Works with sodium to regulate body’s water balance. Vegetables (especially green leafy), oranges, whole grains, sunflower seeds, potatoes (especially peels), and bananas. Vitamin B-6 
Selenium Along with Vitamin E, it works in some of its metabolic processes and aid in normal body growth and fertility. Bran, wheat germ, broccoli, onions, tomatoes, and tuna. Vitamin E. 
Zinc Necessary for healing and developing of new cells. Aids enzymes in digestion and metabolism. Important to general growth, reproductive organs and normal functioning of prostate gland. Brewer’s yeast, bone meal, wheat germ, beans, nuts, seeds, meat. Vitamin A, Calcium, Copper, Phosphorus.