Calcium is the principal mineral constituent of bone and is thus essential for healthy bone structure and function. Calcium also has a fundamental role in muscle contraction.
Iodine is necessary for the synthesis of the thyroid hormones thyroxine and triiodothyronine, which regulate the body’s metabolic rate.
Magnesium is involved in energy metabolism, bone maintenance and is notably important in maintaining proper muscle function.
Zinc is important for immune system function, connective tissue formation and healthy skin.
Selenium is an essential cofactor of glutathione peroxidase, a potent antioxidant.
Copper helps form blood cells by regulating iron metabolism. It is also a cofactor for lysyl oxidase, which cross-links elastin and collagen to help form and strengthen connective tissue.
Manganese is essential for bone growth and macronutrient metabolism.
Chromium is an integral component of glucose tolerance factor (GTF) and helps promote healthy glucose metabolism.
- A factor in the maintenance of good health
- Support for bone maintenance, muscle and thyroid function, antioxidant defence, skin and energy metabolism
Calcium (Krebs†) 150 mg
Iodine (Potassium Iodide) 50 mcg
Magnesium (Krebs†) 63.3 mg
Zinc (Krebs†) 6 mg
Selenium (Krebs†) 66.6 mcg
Copper (Krebs†) 0.4 mg
Manganese (Krebs†) 10 mg
Chromium GTF 100 mcg
Molybdenum (Krebs†) 16.6 mcg
Potassium (Krebs†) 33 mg
Silicon 0.6 mg
Vanadium (Krebs†) 25 mcg
Boron (Boron Citrate) 33.33 mcg
†Krebs = Citrate, Fumarate, Malate, Glutarate and Succinate Complex.