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the sun, the moon, and the truth.”

Micronutrients are different from macronutrients (like carbohydrates, protein and fat) because they are necessary only in very tiny amounts. Nevertheless, micronutrients are essential for good health, and micronutrient deficiencies can cause serious health problems.

Micronutrient deficiency can lead to some serious health problems. The World Health Organization feels that micronutrient deficiency presents a huge threat to the health of the world's population. Some common micronutrient deficiencies include iodine deficiency, vitamin A deficiency and iron deficiency.

Ingest the proper amount of micronutrients to ensure optimal health and prevent deficiency disorders! Micronutrients consist of:





You‘ll find in this guide about:

  • What vital role every vitamin and mineral specifically plays in physiology

  • How vitamins and minerals deficiency affects the health

  • What are food sources for every vitamin and mineral

  • What factors lead to vitamin and mineral depletion

  • In what health conditions vitamins and minerals play a role to prevent

  • What balance between vitamins and minerals should be

  • What PH blood needs to be in order to absorb vitamins and minerals

  • How vitamins and minerals participate in detoxification and elimination

  • What is key mineral in preventing obesity and diabetes

  • What minerals and vitamins deficiency lead to fluid retention in your ankles, fingers and around the eyes.

  • What minerals are electrolytes that keep the amount of water in the body in balance, carry impulses along the nerves, make muscles contract and relax and keep the body from becoming too acidic or alkaline.

  • Enzymes - substances that make life possible

  • Phytochemicals - compounds that play essential role in human metabolism. They are extracted from the fiber of the plants and are hiding in all the parts of the plant food most people throw away: in the stems, seeds and skins.