The trace element: What they are and how they act
In this article I'm going to talk specifically about that in very small amounts and are called trace elements such as Lithium, Cobalt, Gold, Silver, Molybdenum, Iron, Copper, Zinc, Selenium, germanium, manganese, magnesium, bismuth, Nitrogen, Fluorine, etc.
Their importance to our body is so high that we can say that the body can not make their life cycles without them and that they are so specific in their functions that one can not be replaced.
Without them we could not live and when there is enough of any of them our body does not function well and there are numerous disorders.
The role of trace elements in our body is based on its ability to help the enzymes to do their work, are cofactors of enzymes.
The same trace can help many different enzymes, speaking, therefore, in many different metabolic functions.
The chemical elements with proven therapeutic role to date are:
Aluminum, Bismuth, Cobalt, Copper, Fluorine, Lithium, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sulfur, Selenium and Zinc.
Associations of trace elements that can be found on the market (Labcatal) are:
Gold-Silver-Copper, Manganese, Cobalt, Manganese, Copper, Manganese-Copper-Cobalt, Nickel, Cobalt, Zinc, Copper and Zinc-Nickel-Cobalt.
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In subsequent articles we will be addressing the usefulness of each of the associations of trace elements and how they can improve our welfare.