Mineral Balance of Coral Calcium

Mineral Balance of Coral Calcium. Although the human body requires about 100 elements, this mineral wheel shows some of the most important elements needed by the body, and more importantly, it shows the interrelationships between the elements. This is the most complete wheel ever developed. The major minerals, electrolytic minerals, and many other trace minerals are represented here.
The lines and arrows on the diagram connect specific minerals to others. Every mineral has synergistic and antagonistic counterparts. The importance of this is, if you have too much or not enough of a specific mineral, it will affect the counterpart causing a mineral deficiency or excess that may be toxic.
On this wheel, an arrow pointing to a particular mineral means that an excess of the mineral may cause a deficiency of the mineral that the arrow comes from. For example, an excess of Fe (iron) can cause decreased absorption of Cu (copper), Mn (manganese), K (potassium), Mg (magnesium), and Zn (zinc)

No doctor, scientist, or wise man could ever develop a dietary supplement that contains all the minerals in the proper forms and proportion for optimum absorption. That’s why we are really excited about Coral Calcium. The chemical analysis of the Sango Coral is nearly identical to that of human bone. Sango Coral is the substance used in bone grafts when additional material is needed because the body will not reject it. This next chart shows the elements that naturally occur in Sango Coral Calcium. I’m sure when you look at the elements some of you will learn of elements you did not even know existed. Another thing is you may look at some of the minerals and say, “It has arsenic and lead!” But remember one thing, your body needs minute quantities of even these minerals. As we read at the beginning of this page, it is because of imbalances that we have problems with our health. When everything is in the proper balance perfect health is the only outcome because the organs and glands will be operating perfectly. The circulatory system can carry oxygen and nutrients to the cells and carbon dioxide and other waste products away from the cells to the organs of elimination which are working perfectly.

Elements in the basic Sango Coral Calcium from Okinawa in Parts per Million (PPM)
This chart may very depending on what is added to a product and whether it is marine or fossilized.

Aluminum 180 Antimony .37 Arsenic .38 Barium 2.29 Beryllium <.06
Bismuth <.09 Bromine .14 Boron .182 Cadmium <.1 Calcium 391,000
Carbon 119,000 Cesium 20 Chlorine 275 Chromium .625 Cobalt .091
Copper 23 Deuterium 150 Dysprosium .18 Erbium 5.19 Europium <.1
Fluorine .67 Gadolinium .094 Gallium .692 Germanium .191 Gold <.05
Hafnium <.15 Holmium .091 Hydrogen 1100 Indium <.06 Iodine 1.22
Iridium <.04 Iron 510 Lanthanum .323 Lead <.08 Lithium .66
Lutetium .078 Magnesium 4,190 Manganese 26.9 Mercury <.01 Molybdenum <.08
Neodymium 1.11 Nickel <.08 Niobium <.09 Nitrogen <.005 Osmium <.2
Palladium <.025 Phosphorus 94.1 Platinum <.03 Potassium 32.5 Praseodymium 2.73
Rhenium <.2 Rhodium <.02 Rubidium .22 Ruthenium .081 Samarium <.05
Scandium .049 Selenium <.08 Silicon 1280 Silver .38 Sodium 129
Strontium 295 Sulfur 1780 Tantalum <.1 Tellurium <.2
Thallium 1.24 Thorium .101 Thulium .052 Tin .198
Tungsten <.09 Vanadium .267 Ytterbium .051 Yttrium .461
Zirconium <.08 Zinc 2.51 Titanium 5.88 Terbium .091

Most people are surprised to learn that the coral obtains the ionic minerals from its symbiosis with zooxanthellae. The coral and algae live together in a mutually beneficial relationship which provides the coral with the nutrients needed in order to survive in the slow moving waters.
This micro-algae lives within the skeleton of the coral. The coral will then feed on this algae to obtain all the necessary nutrients. This makes the coral an organic source of minerals that is extremely bioavailable.

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