You only need less than 100 milligrams (0.1 grams) per day of trace minerals to meet daily requirements.
The important ones:
iron, iodine, cobalt, chromium, copper, zinc, manganese, selenium, and molybdenum.
One of the large roles of trace minerals is to enable enzymes to complete reactions in the body. This means they assist in a wide array of biochemical processes that are always occurring in the body.
Adequate mineral intake is required for energy production; building new blood, bone, and hormones; having a strong immune system; and much more.
Food sources: Pink salts, wild caught fish, avocado, sea vegetables, grass fed beef and butter, free range eggs, bone or vegetable broths, green leafy vegetables, olives and fermented vegetables.
- source: Dr. Jockers – http://ow.ly/n2n750vZB1A