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Food supplements for an active life
Great Earth Multi Mineral is a multi-mineral supplement containing all the essential minerals, trace elements and vitamins D and K.
- Contains several important minerals
- With vitamin D and vitamin K for the bone structure
- Designed to be more easily absorbed by your body
1 tablet daily with meals.
Size of jar
Minerals are essential for the body’s functions, but the body cannot produce them on its own. Our multi-mineral supplement therefore contains all essential minerals and trace elements. It also contains vitamin D and vitamin K which contribute to the normal absorption and utilization of calcium, to normal calcium levels and to the maintenance of normal bones. The product is designed with our mineral transport system Portamins for the best possible absorption of the minerals. It is made up of readily soluble and easily absorbed mineral forms such as citrate, gluconate, ascorbate, malate, succinate and amino acid chelate which help to transport the minerals into the cells.
Calcium carbonate, magnesium oxide, anti-caking agent (veg. fatty acids, veg. magnesium salt of fatty acids), potassium citrate, iron gluconate, horsetail extract (Equisetum arvense), stabilizer (cross-linked sodium carboxymethyl cellulose), zinc citrate, surfactant (hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose, veg. glycerol), L-selenomethionine, sodium molybdate, potassium gluconate, calcium bisglycinate, kelp (Ascophyllum nodosum), magnesium malate, manganese gluconate, magnesium L-ascorbate, calcium gluconate, magnesium bisglycinate, calcium L-ascorbate, menaquinone 7, calcium malate, calcium salts of citric acid, potassium malate, magnesium salts of citric acid, calcium succinate, magnesium succinate, copper citrate, zinc L-ascorbate, algal cholecalciferol, manganese gluconate, zinc bisglycinate, zinc gluconate, copper bisglycinate, zinc L-aspartate, manganese L-aspartate, manganese bisglycinate, manganese citrate, chromium picolinate, potassium iodide, copper gluconate.
Related studies and articles
A study on the use of multivitamin/multimineral supplements and how they can reduce micronutrient deficiencies.
An article from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health discussing vitamins and minerals and their history and importance to human health.
Study demonstrating that multivitamin and mineral supplements improve immune function in individuals aged 55 and older.