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Ca | Calcium

Calcium is by weight one of the most abundant elements in the human body and is mostly found in the bones and teeth. It most commonly occurs in the form of calcium phosphate, as well as a free calcium cation bound to proteins, sulfates, and carbonates. Calcium plays a role in neural and muscular activity, and is necessary for proper blood clotting. It regulates numerous physiological processes and also has a construction function.‍ ‍Calcium contributes to*: Normal blood clotting Normal energy-yielding metabolism Normal muscle function Normal neurotransmission Normal function of digestive enzymes Cell division and specialization Maintenance of normal bones and teeth *Consumption of at least 750 mg per day is necessary to achieve these benefits (1,2). ‍Calcium to phosphorous...

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Mg | Magnesium

The total content of magnesium in the human body is about 25 g, 50-60% of which is found in the bones. It is a cofactor in more than 300 enzymatic reactions. It also aids the production of energy, plays a role in certain transport mechanisms, and helps maintain adequate intake of purine and pyrimidine nucleotides during states of increased need for nucleic acid synthesis.‍ ‍Proper magnesium intake contributes to: Reduction of tiredness and fatigue Electrolyte balance Normal energy-yielding metabolism Normal muscle and nervous system function Normal protein synthesis Normal psychological function Maintenance of normal bones and teeth Cell division ‍Magnesium is a natural component of the ingredients in ManaPowder and ManaDrink. We also add it in the forms of magnesium lactate and...

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I | Iodine

Iodine is especially important for the synthesis of thyroid hormones. The most important sources of iodine are seafood and seaweed. Symptoms of long-term deficiency are usually fatigue and insomnia, decreased thyroid function, and slower reactions.‍ ‍Iodine contributes to: Normal cognitive function Normal energy-yielding metabolism Normal nervous system function Maintenance of normal skin Normal production of thyroid hormones and normal thyroid function  ‍Iodine is a natural component of the ingredients in ManaPowder and ManaDrink. We also add it in the form of potassium iodate. Precise information on the quantity of iodine in ManaPowder Origin can be found here. Precise information on the quantity of iodine in ManaDrink Origin can be found here. Mana is nutritionally complete food. Enjoy it as part of a balanced and healthy lifestyle. ‍Sources: Tolerable...

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K | Potassium

Potassium is a biogenic element present in every organism. It plays several roles in the human body. For example, it helps maintain water balance in cells, correct muscle and nerve function, and regulate cardiac activity. A lack of potassium leads to serious health problems. The recommended daily intake of potassium according to the WHO is between 2-4 grams.‍ ‍Sufficient potassium intake contributes to: Normal nervous system function Normal muscle function Maintenance of normal blood pressure Potassium is a natural component of the ingredients in ManaPowder and ManaDrink. We also add it in the form of potassium chloride. Precise information on the quantity of potassium in ManaPowder Origin can be found here. Precise information on the quantity of potassium in ManaDrink Origin can be found here. Mana is...

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Vitamin K | Phylloquinone, Menaquinone

Vitamin K is an essential micronutrient, sometimes referred to as a coagulative vitamin. It occurs in two natural forms: vitamin K1 (phylloquinone) and vitamin K2 (menaquinone). These vitamins act as coenzymes in the synthesis of some biologically active proteins involved in blood clotting. They are also necessary for bone and tooth health, and contribute to many other important biological processes. ‍Vitamin K has been shown to contribute to normal blood clotting and the maintenance of normal bones. Vitamin K1, which is more common in our diet, is processed mainly by the liver, and subsequently enables blood proteins to bind calcium. Vitamin K2 is less present in our diet, but some of our organs and intestinal bacteria are capable of forming vitamin...

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