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Dietary Minerals

Dietary Minerals are the group of minerals which is essential for our body to sustain normal functions and physical health. 

1. Boron,
Boron, a vital trace mineral found abundantly in Almond, Red Apple, Apricots, Avocado, Banana, Red kidneyBeans, etc., is necessary for the normal growth and health of the body. Boric acid has antiseptic and antiviral activity. Its aqueous solutions have been used as mouth-washes, eye-drops, skin lotions and cosmetics(1).
1.1. Dietary Minerals Boron : The Effect on Osteoporosis
1.2. Dietary Minerals Boron : The Effect on Dietary boron on mineral, estrogen, and testosterone metabolism in postmenopausal women
1.3. Dietary Minerals Boron: The effects of boron supplementation in males
1.4. Dietary Minerals Boron: The effects of Boron supplementation on lean body mass, plasma testosterone levels
1.5. Dietary Minerals Boron: The effects of Fertility
1.6. Dietary Minerals Boron: The effects of Dietary Boron and aging
1.7. Dietary Minerals Boron: The effects of Boron nutrition for brain and psychological function
1. 8. Dietary Minerals Boron: The effects of Boron in hormonal regulation and cognitive function
1.9.. Dietary Minerals Boron: The effects of Dietary boron and Magnessium
1.10. Dietary Minerals Boron: The effects of Boronic acid on Antimalarials
1.11. Dietary Minerals Boron: The effects Boron Acid on parasites
1.12. Dietary Minerals Boron: The effects of Boronic acids and Candida albicans

2, Calcium
Calcium, a trace mineral plays an important role in build and maintain strong bones and teeth, found abundantly in meat, poultry, fish, nut, seeds, bean, etc. As we age, calcium is absorbed less effectively.
2.1. Dietary Minerals Calcium: The effects of vitamin D and calcium on Osteoporosis
2.2. Dietary Minerals Calcium: Vitamin D3, calcium and reduced risk of fractures and falls
2.3. Dietary Minerals Calcium: Vitamin D, calcium and the importance of other vitamins
2.4. Dietary Minerals Calcium: Calcium, dairy products, and bone health in children and young adults
2.5. Dietary Minerals Calcium: Calcium and aluminum in Neurodegenerative disorders
2.6. Dietary Minerals Calcium: Neuronal calcium homeostasis in the aging nervous system
2.7. Dietary Minerals Calcium: Disruption of calcium homeostasis and Alzheimer's disease (AD)
2.8. Dietary Minerals Calcium: BK Channels in Cardiovascular Diseases and Aging
2.9. Dietary Minerals Calcium: Ca(2+) waves regulate blood vessel tone and vasomotion
2.10. Dietary Minerals Calcium: The dosage of calcium and life style risks
2.11. Dietary Minerals Calcium: Calcium and Physiology and cell biology of acupuncture
2.12. Dietary Minerals Calcium: Calcium and cell physiology
2.13. Dietary Minerals Calcium: Calcium and aluminum salt

3. Chromium
Chromium(chromium 3+) is a essential mineral for the body in fat and carbohydrate metabolism, found abundantly in Beef, Eggs, Chicken, Oysters, Wheat germ, Green peppers, Banana, Apple, Etc.
3.1. Dietary Minerals Chromium(chromium 3+): Dietary chromium on glucose and insulin responses
3.2. Dietary Minerals Chromium(chromium 3+): Intravenous chromium treatment of Severe insulin resistance
3.2. Dietary Minerals Chromium(chromium 3+): Metabolic and physiologic response to chromium supplementation
3.3. Dietary Minerals Chromium(chromium 3+): Supplemental chromium histidinate (CrHis)and Heat stress
3.4. Dietary Minerals Chromium(chromium 3+): Chromium picolinate and chromium histidinate protects against renal dysfunction
3.5. Dietary Minerals Chromium(chromium 3+): Chromium histidinate on renal function, oxidative stress, and heat-shock
3.6. Dietary Minerals Chromium(chromium 3+): Is chromium an essential trace element?
3.7. Dietary Minerals Chromium(chromium 3+): Anti-diabetic activity of chromium picolinate and biotin
3.8. Dietary Minerals Chromium(chromium 3+): Cr supplementation as a growth enhancer
3.9. Dietary Minerals Chromium(chromium 3+): Chromium and Cholesterol

4. Dietary Mineral Cobalt
Cobalt is one of many essential mineral needed by our body in very small amounts to enhance productions of red blood cell and the formation of myelin nerve coverings It also is vital as a necessary cofactor for making the thyroid hormone thyroxine and stored in the red blood cells, the plasma, liver, kidney, spleen, pancreas, etc.
4.1. Dietary Minerals Cobalt: Dietary cobalt and Cobalt whole blood concentrations in healthy adult male
4.2. Dietary Minerals Cobalamin absorption: Mammalian physiology and acquired and inherited disorders.
4.3. Dietary Minerals Cobalamin deficiency and spina bifida and other neural tube defects
4.4. Dietary Minerals Cobalt: Inherited cobalamin malabsorption and Gene involved
4.5. Dietary Minerals Cobalt: Cobalamin) deficiency and complications
4.6. Dietary Minerals Cobalt: The effects of Co on FA composition in blood
4.7. Dietary Minerals Cobalt: Psychiatric manifestations of vitamin B12 deficiency
4.8. Dietary Minerals Cobalt: Effect of dietary organic supplementation on milk production, follicular growth, embryo quality, and tissue mineral concentrations in dairy cows
4.9. Dietary Minerals Cobalt: zinc-nickel-cobalt solution (ZnNiCo) and inflammation in adipose tissue
4.10. Dietary Minerals Cobalt: Cobalt-containing supplements
4.11. Dietary Minerals Cobalt: Vitamin B12 malabsorption: Mammalian physiology & acquired & inherited disorders

5. Magnesium
Magnesium is the eleventh most abundant element by mass in the human body. The adult body content is 25 g distributed in the skeleton and soft tissues. The chemical is essential in manipulating important biological polyphosphate such as ATP, DNA, and RNA and in functionming enzymes(a).

5.1. Magnesium: Magnesium for skeletal muscle cramps
5.2. Magnesium: Clinical aspects and treatment of calf muscle cramps during pregnancy
5.3. Magnesium: The effect of oral magnesium substitution on pregnancy-induced leg cramps
5.4. Magnesium Pathophysiology and therapy of magnesium deficiency in pregnancy
5.5. Magnesium: Serum magnesium level in preterm labour
5.6. Magnesium: Relationship between hypermagnesaemia in preterm labour and adverse health outcomes in babies
5.7. Magnesium: Nocturnal leg cramps
5.8. Magnesium: Stretching before sleep reduces the frequency & severity of nocturnal leg cramps in older adults
5.9. Magnesium: The effect of magnesium infusion on rest cramps
5.10. Magnesium: Muscle cramps--differential diagnosis and therapy
5.11. Magnesium: Magnesium metabolism and its disorders
5.12. Magnesium: Implications of magnesium deficiency in type 2 diabetes
5.13. Magnesium: Magnesium (Mg) status in patients with cardiovascular diseases
5.14. Magnesium: Hypokalemia and hypomagnesemia in a cirrhotic patient. Correction of metabolic disorders by magnesium
5.15. Magnesium: Symptomatic hypomagnesemia in children
5.16. Magnesium: Hypomagnesemia: an evidence-based approach to clinical cases
5.17. Magnesium: Abnormal renal magnesium handling
5.18. Magnesium: Magnesium metabolism in health and disease
5.19. Magnesium: Magnesium deficiency: pathogenesis, prevalence, and clinical implications
5,20, Magnesium: Nutrition and bone health. Magnesium and bone
5.21. Magnesium: Skeletal and hormonal effects of magnesium deficiency
5.22. Magnesium: Magnesium deficiency and osteoporosis: animal and human observations
5.23. Magnesium: Nutrition and bone health. Magnesium-rich foods and bone health
5.24. Magnesium: Magnesium and osteoporosis: current state of knowledge and future research directions
5.25. Magnesium: Magnesium metabolism in 4 to 8 year old children
5.26. Magnesium: Maternal first-trimester diet and childhood bone mass
5.27. Magnesium intake mediates the association between bone mineral density and lean soft tissue in elite swimmers
5.28. Magnesium: Bone and nutrition in elderly women: protein, energy, and calcium...of bone mineral density
5.29. Magnesium: Evaluation of magnesium intake and its relation with bone quality in healthy young Korean women
5.30. Thyroid hormone: Hormones in aging men
5.31. Magnesium: High dietary magnesium intake is associated with low insulin resistance
5.32. Magnesium: Magnesium intake and risk of type 2 diabetes
5.33. Magnesium: Fiber and magnesium intake and incidence of type 2 diabetes
5.34. Magnesium: Dietary calcium and magnesium, major food sources, and risk of type 2 diabetes in U.S. black women
5.35. Magnesium: Serum and dietary magnesium and the risk for type 2 diabetes mellitus
5.36. Magnesium: Associations of serum and urinary magnesium with the pre-diabetes, diabetes and diabetic complications in the Chinese Northeast population
5.37. Magnesium: Efficacy and safety of oral magnesium supplementation in the treatment of depression in the elderly with type 2 diabetes
5.38. Magnesium: The effect of magnesium supplementation on primary insomnia in elderly
5.39. Magnesium: Correlation of magnesium intake with metabolic parameters, depression and physical activity in elderly type 2 diabetes patients
5.40. Magnesium: Significance of magnesium in congestive heart failure
5.41. Magnesium: Magnesium in congestive heart failure, acute myocardial infarction and dysrhythmias
5.42. Potassium and magnesium depletions in congestive heart failure--pathophysiology,.... and replenishment
5.43. Magnesium: Calcium, magnesium and potassium intake and mortality in women with heart failure
5.44. Magnesium: Functional reserves of the heart under conditions of alimentary magnesium deficit
5.45. Magnesium: Complications of association magnesium sulfate with nicardipine during preeclampsia
5.46. Magnesium: Magnesium deficiency in heart failure patients with diabetes mellitus
5.47. Magnesium: Associations of dietary magnesium intake with mortality from cardiovascular disease
5.48. Magnesium: Parameters of mineral metabolism predict midterm clinical outcome in end-stage heart failure patients
5.49. Magnesium; Magnesium and anabolic hormones in older men

6. Potassium
6,1. Potassium and hypertension
6.2. Dietary Potassium and Cardiovascular diseases 
6.3. Potassium and stroke
6.4. Potassium and metabolic syndrome
6.5. Serum Potassium and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
6.6. Serum potassium and chronic kidney disease
6.7. Serum Potassium and Diabetic Nephropathy
6.8. Lower serum potassium in hemodialysis patients
6.9. Serum potassium and leptospirosis

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