Mineral And Chemical Element Analysis Chart

T—Destroyed or injured by high temperatures W—Dissolves In water O—Oxidizes rapidly

Essential Mineral Salt

Mineral Salt Activity in the Body

Principal Sources

CALCIUM: Found and needed mostly in structural system. Tooth and bone mineral.

Tone building in the body. Builds and maintains bone structure. G ives vitality and endur-rance. Heals wounds. Counteracts acid.

Milk, cheese, raw egg yolk, apricots, figs, prunes, cranberries. Gooseberries, cabbage, spinach, parsnips, lettuce, onions, dates, bran, tops of vegetables.

CHLORINE: Found and needed mostly in digestive system and secretions. (T)

Cleanser in the body. Expels waste. Freshens, purifies, disinfects.

Goat and cow milk, salt, fish, cheese, coconut. beets, radishes.

w COPPER: Found in central nervous system, liver.

Aids in iron absorption, synthesis of hemoglobin, myelin sheath of nerves, metabolism of ascorbic acid.

Seafood, molasses, nuts, legumes, whole-grain cereals.

FLUORINE: Found and needed mostly in the structural system. Tooth enamel. Preserves bones.

Disease resister and beautifier. Strengthens tendons. Knits bones.

Cauliflower, cabbage, cheese, raw goat milk, raw egg yolk, cod liver oil, brussels sprouts, spinach, tomatoes, watercress.

IODINE: Found and needed mostly in nervous system. Gland and brain mineral. (T)

Metabolism normalizer in the body. Prevents goiter, normalizes gland and cell action. Ejects and counteracts poisons.

Powdered Nova Scotia dulse and sea lettuce (very high), seafoods. Carrots, pears, onions, tomatoes, pineapple, potato skins, cod liver oil, kelp, garlic, watercress, safflower oil.

IRON: Found in blood. Stored in liver. {O.W)

Essential in blood as oxygen carrier. Promotes vitality and ambition. Prevents anemia.

All green leafy vegetables, blackberries, black cherries, egg yolk, liver, oysters, potato peelings, whole v/heat.

MAGNESIUM: Found and needed mostly in the digestive system. Nerve mineral. Nature's laxative. (W.T)

New cell promoter in the body. Relaxes. Refreshens system. Prevents and relieves constipation and auto-intoxication.

Grapefruit, oranges, figs, whole barley, yellow corn, wheat, coconut, goat's milk, raw egg yolk.


MANGANESE: Found and needed mostly in the nervous system. Tissue strengthener. Memory mineral. (W)

Controlling nerves in the body. Increases resistance. Coordinates thought and action. Improves memory.

Nasturtium leaves, raw egg yolk, almonds, walnuts, watercress, mint, parsley, winter-green, endive, pignolia nuts.

PHOSPHORUS: Found and needed mostly in nervous system. Brain and bone mineral. (T.W)

Body and nerve builder. Nourishes brain and nerves. Builds power of thought. Stimulates growth of hair and bone.

Seafoods, milk, raw egg yolk, parsnips, whole wheat, barley, yellow corn, nuts, peas, beans, lentils.

POTASSIUM: Found and needed mostly in digestive system. Tissue and secretion mineral. (W)

Healer in the body. Liver activator. Strongly alkaline. Makes tissues elastic, muscles supple, creates grace, beauty, good disposition.

Potato skin, dandelion, dill, sage, cress, dried olives, parsley, blueberries, peaches, prunes, coconut, gooseberries, cabbage, figs, almonds.

SILICON: Found and needed mostly in structural system. Nails, skin, teeth and hair. (W)

Surgeon in the body. Gives keen hearing, sparkling eyes, hard teeth, glossy hair. Tones system and gives resistance to the body.

Oats, barley, spinach, asparagus, lettuce, tomatoes, cabbage, figs, strawberries.

SODIUM: Found and needed mostly in digestive system. Gland, ligament and blood builder. (W)

Youth maintainer in the body. Aids digestion. Counteracts acidosis. Halts fermentation. Purifies the blood.

Okra, celery, carrots, beets, cucumbers, string beans, asparagus, turnips, strawberries. oatmeal, cheese, raw egg yolk, coconut, black figs.

SULPHUR: Found and needed mostly in the nervous system. Brain and tissue mineral. (O.T)

Purifies and activates the body. Purifies and tones the system. Intensifies feelings and emotion.

Cabbage, cauliflower, onions, asparagus, carrots, horseradish, shrimp, chestnuts, mustard greens.

ZINC: Found in liver, muscles, bones, organs, seminal fluid, insulin.

Enzyme metabolism, aids digestion, phosphorus, metabolism.

Wheat germ, yeast, sunflower seeds, seafood, mushrooms, soybean.

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