What is the Best Mineral Supplement and How does Magnesium/Trace Minerals Stop your Muscles from cramping?

There are a few top mineral supplements out there for health purposes.

I don’t bother with most of them.

Here’s the problem:

Our food is mostly grown using NPK (Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium) fertilizers in soil that has already been leached for nutrients. What about the other 70 minerals? Some soil contains them, most has not nearly enough.

Americans are severely nutrient deficient, especially in minerals.

People don’t talk a lot about minerals, probably because they aren’t that sexy. Even though we can get a fair amount of minerals like calcium from our food, we often need more magnesium. And even if we’re getting magnesium, we also need the trace minerals as well.

I’ve already found the top mineral supplement.

It’s called ConcenTrace Trace Mineral Drops. (link to Amazon)

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Benefits of trace minerals

Magnesium + trace minerals are required by the body’s electrical system. So when you get a cramp, the muscles have lost the electrical impulses needed by the brain to stay calm, so they spasm.

Every second of every day your body relies on ionic minerals and trace minerals to conduct and generate billions of tiny electrical impulses. Without these impulses, not a single muscle, including your heart, would be able to function.

ConcenTrace Minerals are the best thing to stop cramping

For some people who have absolutely horrible cramps, this may not fix the problem completely, but it has a good chance of helping. For people with mild muscle cramping, TraceMinerals will pretty much eliminate it to begin with.

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Feels good to have said goodbye to Charlie Horse!

You’d have to experience the effects yourself.

I’m mostly sharing this to add value for you. Some things I can stand behind and this is one of them even though I am not associated with the Trace Minerals Research company. This is definitely one of my top 10 supplements of all time.

Stay tuned for more tips from Dre Fitness.

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