Minerals Inter-reliant Table

Find out which minerals should (MUST) be taken together

Minerals are interdependent of each other; in order for the body to utilize one, it also needs the support of others. For example: Manganese and Phosphorus are necessary for proper utilization of Iron. Each mineral should not be taken independently of its other supportive minerals.

Minerals Inter-reliant Table

The table below displays different minerals and each one’s supporting mineral(s); in the order of importance… from top to bottom (top is the most important).

  • Aluminum

    Phosphorus
    Fluorine
  • Arsenic

    Selenium
    Iodine
  • Beryllium

    Phosphorus
  • Cadmium

    Copper
  • Calcium

    Magnesium
    Zinc
    Potassium
    Fluorine
    Sulfur
    Phosphorus
  • Cobalt

    Iodine
    Iron
  • Copper

    Phosphorus
    Sulfur
    Iron
    Zinc
    Silver
    Molybdenum
  • Fluorine

    Aluminum
    Calcium
    Iodine
  • Iodine

    Cobalt
    Fluorine
    Arsenic
  • Iron

    Manganese
    Copper
    Zinc
    Phosphorus
    Cobalt
  • Magnesium

    Calcium
    Phosphorus
    Manganese
  • Manganese

    Iron
    Phosphorus
    Calcium
    Magnesium
  • Molybdenum

    Nickel
    Phosphorus
    Sulfur
    Copper
  • Nickel

    Molybdenum
  • Phosphorus

    Copper
    Aluminum
    Manganese
    Beryllium
    Molybdenum
    Calcium
    Sodium
    Iron
  • Potassium

    Sodium
  • Selenium

    Arsenic
    Sulfur
  • Silver

    Copper
  • Sodium

    Potassium
    Phosphorus
  • Sulfur

    Copper
    Molybdenum
    Calcium
    Selenium
    Zinc
  • Zinc

    Calcium
    Iron
    Copper
    Phosphorus
    Sulfur
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