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O2B Multi Mineral 90s

$ 39.00

5.0 (1 review)

O2B Multi Mineral is an expertly formulated multi-mineral supplement that offers a combination of key minerals and their co-factors to enhance absorption and utilisation throughout the body to help regulate body systems and their function. The human body requires over 18 different minerals to function optimally. These inorganic compounds are vital to enzyme based reactions, nerve impulses, muscle contractions, cellular signalling and overall mental and physical well-being.

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O2B Multi Mineral is a broad spectrum blend of bio-available minerals in optimal absorption and utilisation ratios to support your normal day-to-day physiological functioning.

Support for:

  • Muscular weakness, tension & cramps
  • Restless sleep & Insomnia
  • Physical and mental fatigue
  • Irregular moods
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Anemia
  • Frequent Illness

Key Benefits:

  • Normal Metabolism of fat, proteins and carbohydrates
  • Bone maintenance & health
  • Cardiac health
  • Nerve transmission
  • Relaxes smooth muscles
  • Calms the central nervous system
  • Blood sugar management

Nearly every body system is dependent on minerals to carry out normal physiological functioning and these essential trace elements are important components of other essential nutrients needed for structural and regulatory function. Each mineral has optimal dietary levels and insufficient intake or a deficiency can cause specific symptoms to occur. O2B Multi Mineral is a synergistic blend of bio-available minerals in optimal absorption and utilization ratios to help supplement dietary mineral levels.

INGREDIENTS:

Each capsule contains:

  • Calcium citrate (equiv to 80mg calcium) 380mg
  • Magnesium citrate (equiv magnesium 50mg) 250mg
  • Potassium citrate (equiv potassium 40mg) 111mg
  • Boron amino acid chelate (equiv Boron 1.5mg) 30mg
  • L-Glutamic acid 25mg
  • Kelp (NZ origin) (equiv 75mcg Iodine) 16.3mg
  • Manganese chelate  (equiv manganese 2.5mg) 12.5mg
  • Iron bisglyclinate (equiv iron 10mg) 50mg
  • Zinc citrate (equiv zinc 10mg) 32.3mg
  • L-selenomethionine (equiv selenium 50mcg) 10mg
  • Copper gluconate  (equiv copper 500mcg) 3.84mg
  • Chromium picolinate (equiv chromium 50mcg) 400mcg
  • Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 100IU

CONTAINS NO:

Yeast, corn, wheat, artificial flavours or preservatives.

Calcium:
95-99% of total calcium in the body forms the mineral matrix of bone tissue and the body goes to great lengths to maintain the remaining levels in plasma. When calcium dietary levels are poor, resorption of calcium and other minerals from the bone matrix will occur. In adults plasma calcium is required for muscle contraction and blood pressure regulation and low dietary levels of calcium can cause muscle spasms, twitches and hypertension.

Magnesium:
Needed for over 300 different enzyme based reactions in the body, muscle relaxation, protein and fat synthesis and energy production. Approximately 80% of all Magnesium is contained in smooth muscle and the bone matrix. The remaining plasma levels help to regulate cellular metabolism, blood vessel tone and dilation. Insufficient dietary levels or deficiency can lead to high blood pressure, muscle twitches, spasms and cramps, irregular cardiac output and rhythm, insomnia and mood irregularity and fatigue.

Potassium:
Classed as an electrolyte, potassium is a major component of the fluid found inside cells and as such is key to nerve transmission, muscle contractions, glucose metabolism and cellular integrity. Low levels or deficiency can cause changes in the central nervous system, muscle weakness, irregular cardiac output and slow heart rhythm.

Boron:
A vital trace element for maintain healthy bone as it works with Vitamin D in calcium absorption. Therefore if dietary levels are low or deficiency exists calcium metabolism and its deficiency symptoms are likely.

L-Glutamic Acid:
This amino acid works with Chromium and other components to form the Glucose Tolerance Factor (GTF) which helps to maintain blood sugar levels and is active throughout the central nervous system and protein synthesis.

Kelp:
As a sea vegetable, Kelp has been shown to contain 46 minerals, 16 amino acids (the building blocks of protein) and 11 different vitamins. A dense source of minerals including zinc, iodine, magnesium, iron, potassium, copper and calcium. In fact it contains the highest natural concentration of calcium of any food – 10 times more than milk.

Manganese:
Key to a wide array of metabolic functions including carbohydrate metabolism, antioxidant activity, bone development, collagen formation, fatty acid and protein synthesis and multiple enzyme based reactions. Deficiency symptoms can been seen systemically but include poor carbohydrate and fat metabolism, skin rashes, slow hair and nail growth and fatigue.

Iron:
Iron has both metabolic and enzyme based functions in the body and two thirds of all iron found in the body is involved in enzyme based reactions and a high percentage of that amount is found in the heme part of hemoglobin. As part of hemoglobin and myoglobin Iron is key to the transport and release of oxygen in tissue, and insufficiency can lead to tiredness and fatigue. Other functions of Iron include collagen synthesis, helping maintain normal immune function and cellular energy production. Iron deficiency results in severe anemia, decreased energy levels, decreased immune function and slow mental processing.

Zinc:
An essential mineral that is important to enzyme and hormone activities. A potent antioxidant with immune boosting abilities, Zinc is important to skin and bone health, helps heal wounds, maintain bowel health and protect the prostate in men. Insufficiency in Zinc can cause sleep disturbances, slow wound healing, diarrhea, dandruff and other skin conditions.

Selenium:
Deficiency symptoms include poor antioxidant activity and free radical damage, this is because Selenium along with Vitamin E are components of the bodies master antioxidant enzyme, Glutathione Peroxidase. Which protects DNA from free radical damage and without this key component oxidative damage occurs leaving cells at risk from transcription errors. Selenium has anti-viral activity, reduces both heavy metal toxicity and inflammation, essential to thyroid hormone regulation and is key to energy levels. Selenium also recycles other antioxidants such as Vitamins C and E and CoEnzyme Q10. Selenium is vital to mental health in regulating mood and preventing depression.

Copper:
Key to many enzyme based reactions in the body including key antioxidant formation, hemoglobin synthesis and aerobic energy production. Deficiency of copper although rare can manifest as low white blood cell counts, anemia, muscle weakness and other neurological disturbances.

Chromium:
Chromium is a co-factor in glucose tolerance factor (GTF) which has the main function to work with insulin in metabolizing carbohydrates, fats and proteins and energy production at a cellular level. Insufficiency can be common in those on certain medication and with elevated blood sugar and insulin levels. Cells may become less sensitive to insulin as a result. Impaired glucose tolerance and type 2 diabetes are associated with changes in fat profiles and increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Studies have shown reductions in serum total cholesterol, LDL-cholesterol, and triglyceride levels or increases in HDL-cholesterol levels with Chromium supplementation.

Vitamin D3
The body needs vitamin D to help maintain healthy levels of the minerals calcium and phosphorus, calcium can only be absorbed when Vitamin D is present. Low levels of D3 makes the utilization of Calcium impossible which compromises bone health, causing demineralization the bone matrix to become less mineral based and more collagen based which can lead of Osteo-malacia in adults and Rickets in children. Common signs of insufficiency in both children and adults include muscle weakness and pain, bone pain, tiredness and fatigue and depression.

DOSE:

Take 1 capsule daily with meals or as directed by your health care professional.

CAUTIONS:

  • Always read the label.
  • Take only as directed.
  • Not to be taken during pregnancy or during breast feeding.

MEDICATION INTERACTIONS:

  • If taking Tetracycline or Quinolene antibiotics separate doses by at least 2 hours.
  • Magnesium may reduce absorption and efficacy of these medications. If taking prescription medication or if in doubt, consult your health care professional.

1 review for O2B Multi Mineral 90s

  1. Great to starve off night cramps

    Review by Spider

    I can’t take big levels of magnesium or potassium so find this a perfect compromise to avoid muscle cramps at night.*

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