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Why do we need the minerals that Diataal offers

Why do we need the minerals that Diataal offers


From the minute you start your day, you need to get going! Only if you keep healthy, can you tick mark your to-do for the day. Wondering how you can keep healthy? Through healthy meals and one Diataal daily. Diataal is loaded with the goodness of 16 vitamins and minerals. Minerals are essential as they help with three vital body functionsβ€”building strong bones and teeth, controlling body fluids, and turning food into energy. 


In this blog, we will be highlighting the minerals that can be found in Diataal, the natural food sources through which you can consume them and the problems that their deficiency leads to.


Elemental Zinc


Zinc is an essential trace mineral and is required for various aspects of the body’s metabolism. These include protein synthesis, wound healing, etc. It is also vital for growth and development during pregnancy, childhood, and adolescence.


Food sources


●     Beans

●     Nuts

●     Dairy products, etc.


Its deficiency can lead to


βˆ’      Loss of appetite, taste, smell

βˆ’      Decreased functioning of immunity system, etc.


Elemental Selenium


Another trace mineral, Selenium helps in the formation of DNA, protects against cell damage and infections, etc. 


Food sources


Protein foods are generally a good source of selenium


●     Seafood

●     Brazilian nuts

●     Cereals, etc.


Its deficiency can lead to

βˆ’      Depressed mood

βˆ’      Anxiety

βˆ’      Confusion, etc.


Elemental Phosphorus


The second most important mineral for the body after Calcium, Phosphorous is needed for the formation of bone and teeth, to make protein, etc.


Food sources


●     Poultry

●     Legumes

●     Nuts, etc.


Its deficiency can lead to


βˆ’      Loss of appetite

βˆ’      Anxiety

βˆ’      Irregular breathing, etc.


Elemental Manganese


Another trace mineral, Manganese helps the body with the formation of connective tissues, bones, blood-clotting factors and sex hormones.


Food sources


●     Whole grains

●     Oysters

●     Soybeans, etc.


Its deficiency can lead to-


βˆ’      Skin rashes

βˆ’      Hair depigmentation, etc.


Elemental Boron


As a trace mineral, Boron is essential for wound healing, boosts magnesium absorption, ensures growth and maintenance of bone, etc.


Food sources


●     Raisins

●     Peanuts

●     Apples, etc.


deficiency can lead to-


βˆ’      Poor attention

βˆ’      Short-term memory, etc.


Elemental Copper


Copper is vital for the production of red blood cells, for maintaining our immunity system, etc.


Food sources


●     Nuts

●     Whole Grains, etc.


Its deficiency can lead to-


βˆ’      Walking difficulty

βˆ’      Pale skin, etc.


Elemental Chromium


Chromium aids insulin action, glucose breakdown, facilitates brain functions, etc.


 Food sources


●     Spices

●     Nuts, etc.


Its deficiency can lead to-


βˆ’      Weight loss

βˆ’      Increased risk of diabetes, etc.


Elemental Molybdenum


Elemental Molybdenum activates enzymes which can help in breaking down toxin sulfites and prevent toxins from growing in the body.


Food sources:


●     Legumes

●     Grains, etc.


Its deficiency can lead to-


βˆ’      Decreased fertility

βˆ’      Poor bone health, etc.


Now you know why these essential minerals deserve to be a part of your routine! Let’s start investing in healthy lifestyle habits and Diataal right now!