Minerals & Vitamins


Iron: Is an essential component of hemoglobin (the part of red blood cells that transfer  oxygen from the lungs to the tissues). Iron supports muscle metabolism and healthy connective tissue and is necessary for physical growth, neurological development, cellular functioning.

Copper: Helps your body make red blood cells and keeps nerve cells and your immune system healthy. It also helps form collagen, a key part of bones and connective tissue. Copper may also act as an antioxidant, reducing free radicals that can damage cells and DNA. Copper helps the body absorb iron. Your body also needs copper to make energy.

Calcium: Your body needs calcium to build and maintain strong bones. Almost all calcium in the body is stored in bones and teeth, giving them structure and hardness. Calcium is also needed for muscles to move and for nerves to carry messages between your brain and every part of your body.

Selenium: Has antioxidant properties, which can protect cells from damage.

Magnesium: Is important for many processes in the body, including regulating muscle and nerve function, blood sugar levels and blood pressure, and making protein, bone, and DNA.

Phosphorus: Is an essential component of bones, teeth, RNA and DNA. Your body needs phosphorus to make energy and to carry out many important chemical processes, such as filtering waste through the kidneys.

Potassium: Is needed by all tissues in the body. Its main role in the body is to help maintain normal levels of fluid inside our cells. Potassium also helps muscles to contract and supports normal blood pressure.

Zinc: Is a trace mineral, meaning that the body only needs small amounts, and yet it is necessary for almost 100 enzymes to carry out vital chemical reactions. It is a major player in the creation of DNA, growth of cells, building proteins, healing damaged tissue, and supporting a healthy immune system.

Iodine: The body needs iodine to make thyroid hormones. These hormones control the body’s metabolism and many other important functions. The body also needs thyroid hormones for proper bone and brain development during pregnancy and infancy.

Sodium (Salt, sodium chloride): Is the counterpart of potassium. The human body requires a small amount of sodium to conduct nerve impulses, contract and relax muscles, and maintain the proper balance of water and minerals. 


Vitamin A (Retinol) Is a fat-soluble* vitamin that is important for normal vision, the immune system, and reproduction. Vitamin A also helps the heart, lungs, kidneys, and other organs work properly. The most common type of provitamin A in foods and dietary supplements is beta-carotene. Your body converts beta-carotene into Vitamin A.

Vitamin B Complex:

B1 (Thiamine):Is necessary for proper functioning of the brain, nerves, and heart.

B2 (Riboflavin): Helps the body use fats, proteins, and carbohydrates into glucose for energy. It is essential for a properly functioning immune system.

B3 (Niacin): Is made and used by your body to turn food into energy. It helps keep your nervous system, digestive system and skin healthy.

B5 (Pantothenic Acid): Helps the body utilize carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids. It is also important for maintaining healthy skin.

B6 (Pyridoxine): Is important for normal brain development and for keeping the nervous system and immune system healthy.

B7 (Biotin): Helps the body convert carbohydrates into glucose, which it needs to make energy. It also helps metabolize fat and amino acids, which the body uses to build protein. Protein is needed to repair and maintain cells.

B9 (Folate/Folic Acid): Is needed to produce healthy red blood cells. Red blood cells carry oxygen to all parts of the body. Folic acid is essential during pregnancy for proper fetal nervous system development.

B12 (Cobalamin): The body needs cobalamin to make red blood cells, nerves, and DNA. 

Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid): Is a water-soluble** vitamin that humans are unable to produce, making it an essential dietary component. Vitamin C is an important antioxidant, and plays a vital role in wound healing.

Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol): Is a fat-soluble* vitamin that helps your body absorb calcium and phosphorus. It helps build and maintain healthy bones. It also has anti inflammatory, antioxidant, and neuroprotective properties.

* Fat Soluble (easily stored in fat upon absorption)
** Water Soluble (dissolve in water upon entering the body and not easily stored)