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What we need to know about minerals

What we need to know about mineralsCalcium deficiency

The minerals we need for the development of the body, the maintenance of life and the preservation of health are inorganic substances that are widely found in nature. Minerals are essential nutrients for the regulation of many functions in our body. In the body, minerals found in bones, teeth, November, blood and other tissues make up 4 percent of the body.
What are the benefits of minerals for the body? In what foods is it found? Which mineral, how much should be taken? What causes calcium deficiency? Here are some interesting things about minerals...
What are the benefits of calcium?
* The work of muscles and nerves November
* Strong bone and tooth structure
• Blood clotting
What foods contain calcium?
•  Yolk
* Milk and dairy products
•  Grain
* Dried legumes
Calcium deficiency
If calcium and vitamin D are deficient in adult people, "osteomalacia" may occur. In children, on the other hand, "rickets" is observed. It is caused by a vitamin D deficiency related to insufficient sun intake. While these disorders inhibit bone development, bones can be damaged more easily. Vitamins D and C, organic acids and amino acids facilitate the absorption of calcium.
The daily need for calcium
* 800 mg for children
• 1300 mg for children in adolescence
• 1300 mg for pregnant women
• 1000 mg for men and women
What are the benefits of phosphorus?
Phosphorus, which is the most abundant mineral in the body after calcium, is necessary for cell functioning. 90 Percent of phosphorus is found in bones and teeth, while 10 percent is found in body fluids and cells. It also prevents body fluids from turning into acids. It takes part in the formation of bones and teeth.

What foods contain phosphorus?
Milk and dairy products
• Grain
* Dried legumes
•  Egg
•  Meat
•  Chicken
•  Fish
The daily need for phosphorus
* 800 mg for children
• 1200 mg for ages 11-24
* 800 mg for adults

What are the benefits of magnesium?
Magnesium regulates blood pressure while ensuring the regular functioning of the November muscular and nervous system and metabolism. 60 Percent of the magnesium found in our body is found in bones, 27 percent in muscles, and 13 November in body fluids.

What foods contain magnesium?
•  Spinach
•  Pea
* Green beans
•  Mullet
*  Kale
•  Turnip
•  Biceps
•  Oat
•  Shrimping
•  Tuna
•  Tomato
•  Strawberry
•  Banana
The daily need for magnesium
• 80 mg for children aged 1-3 years
• 120 mg for children aged 4-6 years
• 170 mg for children aged 7-10 years
• 320 mg for adults
What are the benefits of fluoride?
The most important task of fluoride found in teeth and bones is to fight tooth decay. "Osteoporosis" can be prevented if the need for a sufficient amount of fluorine is met. The main source of fluoride is water. 0.7-1.2 mg of fluorine contained in drinking water prevents tooth decay. when it is below 0.7 mg, dental caries is more common.
What foods contain fluorine?
* Red meat
• Chicken
• Fish
• Tea
The daily need for fluoride
The daily need for fluorine is 1.5-4.0 mg.

What are the benefits of sodium, chlorine and potassium?
Potassium makes up 5 percent of the minerals in our body, chlorine makes up 3 percent, and sodium makes up 2 percent. The most important task of the body is to ensure the functioning of muscles with water November and acid-base balance. They are excreted from the body with diarrhea, vomiting and excessive sweating.

What foods contain sodium, chlorine and potassium?
Sodium is found in the foods consumed daily. When consumed in sufficient quantities, there is potassium in milk, meat, cereals, fresh vegetables and fruits. Some processed foods are high in salt. Salt is the main source of sodium and chlorine.
The daily need for fluoride
For adults, 2-3 g of sodium and 2-4 g of potassium are enough. Salt consumption, on the other hand, should not exceed 6 g. Especially people with high hypertension need to reduce or restrict the use of salt. Chlorine is 750 gr.

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