Valerie Saxion

Salt Lake Trace Minerals

$39.95
  • Naturally concentrated seawater from the Great Salt Lake
  • Contains over 72 ionic trace minerals
  • Excellent nutritional seasoning
  • Free from additives or preservatives of any kind
  • Gluten-free and non-GMO verified
  • Supplement Facts
    Serving Size: 2 Tsp (4 ml)
    Servings per Container: 48


    Amount Per Serving % DV

    Magnesium 90 mg 21%
    Chloride 1580 mg 69%
    Sodium 800 mg 35%
    Potassium 50 mg 1%
    Sulfate 200 mg **
    Boron 250 mcg **

    ** Daily Value (DV) not established.

    Ingredients: Utah seawater from the Great Salt Lake in Utah, USA. Contains no other added ingredients. Certified Vegan. 

    Allergen Info: Contains no known allergens. Gluten Free.

    Suggested Use: Take 2 teaspoons daily in a glass of juice or water to mask the concentrated mineral flavor. Can be taken in divided doses throughout the day or all at once. No refrigeration necessary.
    A complete list of minerals and trace minerals present in Utah Sea Minerals™:
    Aluminum, Antimony, Arsenic (Inorganic), Barium, Beryllium, Bismuth, Boron, Bromide, Cadmium, Calcium, Carbonate, Cerium, Cesium, Chloride, Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Dysprosium, Erbium, Europium, Fluoride, Gadolinium, Gallium, Germanium, Gold, Hafnium, Holmium, Indium, Iodine, Iridium, Iron, Lanthanum, Lead, Lithium, Lutetium, Magnesium, Manganese, Mercury, Molybdenum, Neodymium, Nickel, Niobium, Osmium, Palladium, Phosphorus, Platinum, Potassium, Praseodymium, Rhenium, Rhodium, Rubidium, Ruthenium, Samarium, Scandium, Selenium, Silicon, Silver, Sodium, Strontium, Sulfate/Sulfur, Tantalum, Tellurium, Terbium ,Thallium, Thorium, Thulium, Tin, Titanium, Tungsten, Vanadium, Ytterbium, Yttrium, Zinc, Zirconium, plus other naturally-occurring trace minerals found in seawater.

  • Calcium (the most important mineral)
    • Builds and maintains strong bones and teeth
    • Assists in the regulation and rhythm of the heart
    • Regulates the passage of nutrients into and out of the cells
    • Promotes normal blood clotting
    • Maintains nerve and muscle function
    • Lowers blood pressure
    • Promotes normal kidney function
    • Lowers cholesterol levels in blood
    • Reduces the probability of contracting colon cancer
    • Alleviates the effects of insomnia

    Chloride

    • Acts as an electrolyte (regulates the electrical communication between cells)
    • Controls the pH balance in blood by limiting the presence of acid
    • The main component of hydrochloric acid, assists the stomach in the digestion of food
    • It also aids in the removal of waste from the blood stream via the liver

    Magnesium

    • Helps to lower and regulate blood pressure
    • Assists in the regulation of the beating of the heart
    • regulates the neuromuscular activity of the heart
    • Required for calcium and vitamin C metabolism
    • Converts blood sugar into energy
    • Controls the pH balance of your blood by limiting the presence of acid
    • Has been shown to alleviate the effects of stress, tension, and headaches

    Phosphorus

    • Aids in the formation of healthy bones and teeth
    • Aids in the production of collagen (prevents the effects of wrinkles)
    • Aids in the production of energy
    • Exists in every cell membrane and is required for normal functionality
    • Keeps blood from clumping while traveling throughout the body to lower the risk of contracting heart disease
    • Aids in the production of bile and the prevention of fatty acid build up in the liver

    Potassium

    • Acts as an electrolyte (regulates the electrical communication between cells)
    • Works in conjunction with sodium to regulate waste
    • Regulates and normalizes heart rhythm
    • Assists your body in maintaining a proper balance of water
    • Promotes clear thinking by sending oxygen to the brain
    • Has been shown to lower and regulate blood pressure
    • Maintains correct alkalinity levels in bodily fluids
    • Stimulates kidneys to eliminate poisonous waste material
    • Has also been shown to alleviate muscle cramps and prevent them from occurring
    • Improves and promotes healthy skin

    Sodium

    • Acts as an electrolyte (regulates the electrical communication between cells)
    • Assists the body in preventing blood clots
    • Maintains proper body water distribution
    • Assists in maintaining proper acidity/alkaline levels
    • Aids in the transmission of nerve impulses
    • Although excess levels can raise blood pressure, reasonable levels actually lower blood pressure levels
    • Assists in the breakdown of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats

    Sulfur

    • Contributes to the strength of hair, nails (finger and toe) and skin
    • Assists in several enzyme reactions and the synthesis of protein
    • Aids in the formation and production of collagen (prevents the effects of wrinkles)
    • Assists the red blood cells in their ability to carry oxygen throughout your body
    • Has been shown to be a very effective agent in the removal of toxins from the body

    Chromium

    • Works in conjunction with insulin to metabolize sugar and stabilize blood sugar levels
    • Reduces cholesterol and triglyceride levels to reduce the probability of heart attacks and strokes
    • Assists in the transportation of amino acids
    • Controls appetite
    • Assists in the control of fat levels within the body
    • Reduces the probability of contracting cancer, heart conditions, and diabetes
    • Aids in the production and retention of muscle tissue

    Copper

    • Assists in the absorption, metabolism, and storage of iron
    • One of the primary agents in the process your body uses to produce hemoglobin
    • Assists as the cellular level to produce energy
    • Protects cells against free radical damage
    • Aids in the formation of red blood cells
    • Aids in the maintenance of your bone structure
    • Strengthens connective tissue
    • Aids in the production of collagen (prevents the effects of wrinkles)

    Fluoride

    • Promotes mineralization of developing tooth enamel and reduces probability of tooth decay
    • Aids in the maintenance of bone structure
    • One of the primary agents in the restoration of lost or depleted minerals
    • Has been shown to be a helpful component in the prevention of osteoporosis

    Iodine

    • Combines with other minerals to produce triodothyonine and thyroxine (Needed by your entire body)
    • Aids in the process used by the body to provide energy and to combat fatigue
    • Can reduce the risk of mental retardation in infants of expecting mothers.
    • Works with the thyroid hormone to support metabolism

    Iron

    • Combines with protein and copper to produce hemoglobin
    • Improves blood quality and increases resistance to disease and stess
    • The most important mineral in the ability for your blood to transport oxygen
    • Assists in the production of myoglobin which supplies oxygen to muscle cells to allow the muscle to contract
    • Assists in the maintenance of a strong immune system
    • Promotes stable body temperature regulation
    • Reduces effects and combats fatigue
    • A very important agent in the increase of metabolism
    • Promotes good skin tone

    Manganese

    • Acts as an electrolyte (regulates the electrical communication between cells)
    • Acts as an antioxidant to combat free radicals
    • Assists in the blood breakdown of amino acids
    • Aids in the production of energy
    • Assists in the repair of damaged tissue
    • Acts as a catalyst for several enzymes related to proper digestion
    • Acts as a catalyst in breaking down fats and cholesterol
    • Aids in maintaining sex hormone production
    • Assists in providing nourishment for the nerves and brain
    • Assists in the proper growth and development of your skeletal structure
    • Aids in the metabolism of vitamin b1 and vitamin E

    Molybdenum

    • Assists the body in breaking up sulfite toxins
    • Important cofactor for several of the enzymes involved in the synthesis of protein
    • Breaks down carbohydrates, copper, nitrogen, and fats
    • Plays an important role in the regulation and lowering of blood sugar levels
    • Assists in the enzyme process that allows the body to use iron
    • Assists in the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats
    • Has applications in the reduction and prevention of tooth decay and cavities
    • Assists in the prevention of anemia
    • Aids in enhancing mental well-being

    Selenium

    • Acts as an electrolyte (regulates the electrical communication between cells)
    • Acts as an antioxidant to combat free radicals
    • Protects cell membranes and reduces the generation of free radicals
    • Decreases the risk of contracting several types of cancer and heart disease
    • Assists in the preservation of tissue elasticity
    • Slows down the aging process and the hardening of tissue caused by oxidation
    • Vital to the proper function of your pancreas and thyroid gland
    • Assists in the prevention of dandruff

    Zinc

    • Plays an important role in the health and stability of the immune system
    • Acts as an antioxidant to combat free radicals
    • Assists in the synthesis of protein
    • Aids in the healing of wounds
    • Maintains your ability to experience smell and taste sensations
    • Aids in the development of the reproductive organs
    • Assists in regulating proper prostate functionality and male hormone activity
    • Regulates and maintains the proper stages of your body's growth, particularly the reproductive system
    • Assists in stabilizing the blood and maintaining proper alkaline balance
    • Assists in the metabolism and digestion of phosphous