We have over 5000 types of enzymes in our body, which relate to various life activities such as digestion, absorption, energy production, or metabolism. Humans produce enzymes, but cannot produce minerals. In fact, more than half of the enzymes have a complex structure consisting of minerals and proteins. Therefore, we cannot produce or activate enzymes without minerals.
Minerals become tissue components of various human parts such as bone, teeth, blood and hormones under certain circumstances. That is why many kinds of minerals should be taken in a well balanced way.
Humans have approximately 60 trillion cells, and each cell absorbs nutrients and excretes waste products. From a nutritional standpoint, these cell functions cannot work without minerals. Minerals are essential for cells.
Without minerals, vitamins cannot work properly or be absorbed by the human body. Moreover, not only vitamins but also protein, fat and carbohydrates are absorbed more effectively if these nutrients bond with minerals.
Minerals help normal neuro transmissions and assist muscles to work effectively. Also while minerals alleviate frustration, agitation and stress, they enhance functions such as concentration or memory.