Unlike sodium, which can increase blood pressure in some individuals, potassium helps to lower blood pressure and also plays a critical role in fluid balance.

Sodium and chloride are the most abundant electrolytes in the human body and are essential for the proper functioning of all our cells and organs,

Magnesium is a mineral that many naturopaths look to either when their clients’ muscles are “tight”, or when constipation may be an issue. This is

Phosphorus is an important component of all cell membranes. It is needed to produce and store energy and helps to regulate your body’s pH levels.

Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body and makes up roughly two whole pounds of body weight! We often associate calcium with strong bones

Minerals are inorganic substances that are found in the earth. They are the spark plugs of the body! Minerals play a key role in energy production,