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Mineral supplements can provide you essential nutrients that your body needs. You can find them in the form of chewable tablets, pills, liquids, and powders.

More than 90 percent of calcium and 80 percent of phosphorous are present in the bones.

Some people consume 1,000 milligrams of calcium and 10 to 15 milligrams of zinc and iron daily. Make sure to consult a clinical practitioner before taking a decision.

We need magnesium, calcium, phosphorous, zinc, iron, copper, vanadium, boron, and strontium to elevate the growth of our bones.

Copper and Iron help make hemoglobin and red blood cells. They also maintain a blood quality.

You can consume calcium, iodine, and iron during the gestation period.

Yes, they may cause nausea, stomach cramps, belching. Excessive intake of selenium results in hair loss, fatigue, gastrointestinal disorders, and mild nerve damage.