Containing over 82 essential minerals and trace elements, that give structure to our organs, tissues, and bones, that help maintain pH balance, fluid balance within the cell and membrane permeability.
A few of the functions trace minerals serve:
Iron: red blood cell formation, energy production
Magnesium: blood pressure regulation, blood sugar regulation, bone formation, energy production.
Copper: antioxidation, bone formation, collagen and connective tissue formation, energy production
Iodine: growth and development, metabolism, reproduction
Zinc: growth and development, immune function, nervous system function, protein formation
Selenium: antioxidation, immune function, reproduction, thyroid function
Oral Ingestion of Deep Ocean Minerals Increases High-Intensity Intermittent Running Capacity in Soccer Players after Short-Term Post-Exercise Recovery: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Crossover Trial (1)
“Deep sea water (DSW) commonly refers to a body of seawater that is pumped up from a depth of over 200 m. It is usually associated with the following characteristics: low temperature, high purity, and being rich with nutrients, namely, beneficial elements, which include magnesium, calcium, potassium, chromium, selenium, zinc, and vanadium. Less photosynthesis of plant planktons, consumption of nutrients, and organic decomposition have caused lots of nutrients to remain there. Due to this, DSW has potential to become a good source for health. Research has proven that DSW can help overcome health problems especially related to lifestyle-associated diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer, and skin problems.”(4)