Minerals: building blocks of our well-being

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As with water,  are necessary to life on our beautiful planet.

What we have seen in recent decades in populations of industrialized countries are increased deficiencies of minerals such as magnesium, boron, zinc, copper, iodine, iron, potassium, and more.

Some of the following could be signs of lack of minerals: chronic fatigue, overweight, lack of focus and energy, hormonal imbalances, hyperactivity, weakened immune system, low libido, hair loss, muscle tension, lack of strength and endurance, emotional rollercoaster …

Minerals contribute to numerous important functions, including: insulin production, reduction of inflammation, thyroid support, optimization of immune functions, regulation of metabolism, elimination of toxins, optimization of the nervous system, and much more.

Here are two ways in which we can help ensure we benefit from an adequate supply of minerals:

  • by changing bad habits which deplete mineral reserves (stress, poor food choices…)
  • by increasing the quantity, variety and quality of our intake of minerals.

But perhaps you’re thinking: I eat well, so I should have all the minerals I need! Checking out this supposition is quite easy; just examine the signs that your body gives you (see list above).

We can also check it out by looking at the origin and production methods of the food we eat, because a very large part of the foods consumed today comes from mass agriculture, soils depleted of minerals, and manufacturing methods that significantly reduce the mineral content of the foods we consume.

Nourishing our billions of cells with the precious minerals they need is both simple and complex.

If you would like to know more about this topic, do not hesitate to contact us enerj.ca

To Your Health. Jessica et Bruno

*Source: The Mineral fix, Dr James DiNicolantonio et Siim Land

 

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Jessica Humphries & Bruno Saint-Hilaire

 

Jessica Humphries Bruno Saint-Hilaire98 Posts

Jessica Humphries est entraîneuse certifiée, coach santé et conceptrice de programmes d’entraînement physique en plein air offerts à longueur d’année. Diplômée de l’Université McGill, elle détient un baccalauréat en éducation physique et kinésiologie. - Bruno Saint-Hilaire est un professionnel de la santé qui a fait ses études universitaires en médecine sportive et nutritionnelle et administration des affaires. Ce qui le passionne depuis plus de 20 ans est d'accompagner sa clientèle très variée (enfants, adolescents et adultes) vers l'optimisation de leur santé afin de les aider à vivre au quotidien avec plus d'énergie et de vitalité. / Jessica Humphries is a certified natural trainer in functional fitness, yoga instructor, healthy lifestyle coach and the designer of year-round nature fitness training programs. She graduated from McGill University with a BEd in physical education and kinesiology. - Bruno Saint-Hilaire is a health professional who completed his university studies in sports and nutritional medicine and business administration. For more than 20 years his passion has been to accompany his wide range of clients (children, teens and adults) in the optimization of their health to help them live their daily lives with more energy and vitality. enerj.ca

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