Consuming Sufficient Cobalt

Cobalt is a trace mineral that forms part of the structure of vitamin B12. The total amount of cobalt in your body is 1.1 mg. It is readily absorbed from your small intestine, and your liver stores most of your body’s cobalt. Cobalt is essential to humans as well as to animals. It is the main […]

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Making Sense of Minerals

Dietary minerals are chemical elements required by living organisms, other than the four elements carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen that are present in almost all organic molecules. Many elements are essential in relative large quantities: you need to consume 200 milligrams or more of them each day. These “bulk minerals” or macro-minerals in order of […]