Minerals are essential for health and vitality. Learn which juices can provide the essential components of your diet.

Multipurpose Manganese acts as co-factor, antioxidant and more

Manganese is one mineral you are unlikely to have to supplement in your diet. It is involved in many enzyme reactions as it is a co-factor required by the enzyme. It is involved in removing free radicals as well as regulation of sugar release from muscle and liver tissue.

There’s Arsenic in our Fruit!

Our bodies actually need ultra-trace amounts of arsenic to help with enzyme formation and as a cofactor. However, arsenic can be toxic in high doses and despite the fact you can buy arsenic supplements in Asia, we don’t recommend them.

Zinc is great to help fight infection

Zinc is an essential part of many enzymes in our body. It is also commonly used in lozenges for early treatment of colds. However, in high doses, it can be toxic.

Iodine for good thyroid health

Iodine is an important mineral for the production of thyroid hormones T3 and T4. Too much or too little iodine can cause problems.

Sodium Chloride helps nutrient tansport into cells

Sodium chloride is the chemical name for common table salt. Despite being told we eat to much, sodium chloride is essential for our bodies, and is involved in the transport of nutrients into cells.