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Complete Chelated Multi-Minerals

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Price: $34.00

How To Enjoy: Simply mix 1 packet daily (or as needed) with 4-6 fl. oz. of water, shake and enjoy. Recommended to drink with food.

Children under 6 should not take nanominerals.

IMPORTANT:nanominerals can be mixed with other nanos except the fish oil (because of taste). We like it with ice cold water, nanoreds, or a splash of OJ in water! Mixing instructions.

When to take it: Nanominerals is best after lunch or dinner.

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nanominerals IRON FREE multi mineral supplement

Your body cannot create minerals and you may not be getting enough from the foods you eat. Even if you are eating tons of leafy greens soil depletion and a lack of variety or time can mean missing out on some good minerals that keep your body performing at it’s best. Mineral powder helps you improve body processes such as metabolism, hydration, and improved muscle function. Some of the noticeable effects of having the correct minerals in your body include reduced cravings, better sleep, and better performance for athletes.

nanominerals multi mineral powder provides the perfect multi mineral solution and comes in a delicious light raspberry lemonade. We partnered with Albion ® minerals which is a world leader in chelated minerals to ensure the highest quality possible. We are proud to be the only company in the world that can offer you chelated minerals in a powder form. Our SuperSorb technology ensures are not just pouring minerals through your body but truly absorbing these chelated minerals into your body to get all the benefits you are looking for.

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The beauty of nanominerals is that we not only give you a form that’s absorbable, we make sure to give you the complete spectrum of minerals that we are most deficient in, from the purest sourcing in the world. We offer 12 minerals in each packet, while other mineral supplements offer only one or two at a time.

nanominerals have:

  • Calcium
  • Magnesium
  • Potassium
  • Chromium
  • Zinc
  • Maganese
  • Iron
  • Selenium
  • Copper
  • Molybdenum
  • Broron
  • Vanadium

So how do we enhance the absorption?

Through a process called chelation, which simply means attaching it to an amino acid so that the body utilize it.

Albion has been making chelated minerals for over 50 years and is renowned for it’s science and recognized as the world leader in mineral nutrition. With years of extensive research, clinical analysis and third party critiques, nanominerals is the highest grade mineral on the market. (This is what the gold medallion seal stands for, kudos to us!) It’s our promise to you to give you the world’s best ingredients, for the best health results.

Product Benefits:

Did you know? Minerals are the catalyst to every cell function in your body. Essentially, they are the spark that puts everything into “drive”. We’re talking about cells, tissues, organs, and the whole organism! Without minerals we could not twitch an eyelid, form a thought or fixate oxyen, and our hearts cannot beat. That’s why they are so important and vital for health. The list of benefits are miles long, but here’s just a few that nanominerals provides:

nanominerals supports:

  • Cellular function*
  • Immunity*
  • Muscle function*
  • Heart function/heart contraction*
  • Activation of the white and red blood cells*
  • Skin hydration and elasticity*
  • Antioxidant protection*
  • Better energy*
  • Better sleep*
  • Lower stress levels *
  • More calm stabilized feeling*
  • Less cravings/stable blood sugar/better metabolism function*
  • Support in weight loss *
  • Improved muscle function, hydration, recovery *

Click here for a list of detailed benefits: Minerals Benefits Charts

nanominerals FAQ

How are mineral amino acid chelates in nanominerals absorbed?

Because the body is very efficient at absorbing individual amino acids, it allows a mineral chelated to an amino acid to be carried along with its amino acid ligand into the intestinal cell during absorption. Clinical studies have shown that the intestinal absorption pathway of an amino acid chelate is different than the absorption of minerals from inorganic metal salts. As the amino acid chelate approaches the intestinal wall, it remains the same molecule that was ingested. The chelate does not require digestion prior to absorption due to its size. The glycine amino acid chelate, for example, is stable and does not become disassociated in the stomach.

Along the intestinal wall are finger-like projections called villi. The villi increase the surface area for the amino acid chelate to be absorbed. On each villus are microvilli. It is through the membranes of the cell walls of the microvilli that the amino acid chelate is absorbed. Once inside the cells, the components of the chelate are used by the body as any mineral and amino acid would be after absorption. Chelating with ligands like glycine to form a glycine amino acid chelate makes more of the ingested minerals available for metabolic purposes (growth, reproduction, immunity, etc.) compared to other inorganic and organic mineral forms (metal proteinates or amino acid complexes).

Numerous clinical studies have proven that Albion's metal amino acid chelates are better absorbed than inorganic minerals, metal proteinates, or amino acid complexes. In fact the absorption pathway of a metal proteinate is unknown. Amino acid complexes are hydrolyzed in the stomach and intestine, and the minerals are absorbed similarly to inorganic metal salts.

Due to pH constraints, minerals from amino acid complexes or digested metal proteinates can only be absorbed in the upper portion of the small intestine (duodenum). Proteinates do require digestion prior to absorption due their large size. Complexes are not stable compounds and will disassociate in the stomach.

What are chelated minerals?

"Chelated minerals" is a scientific term referring to a very specific molecular reaction that takes place between a molecule and a nutritional mineral. Chelation is a natural process that happens in the gut to facilitate transportation of nutritional minerals across the intestinal wall as a part of digestion. As our body is not very efficient at producing chelated minerals, we look to these mineral forms in nutritional supplements to assure greater efficiencies of absorption.

At Albion, we create these chelated minerals in our laboratories under very carefully controlled conditions. Albion’s most commonly used molecule to create organic chelated nutritional minerals is glycine. Glycine is an amino acid that the body readily identifies and which is efficiently absorbed across the intestinal wall. Albion’s glycine amino acid chelates are actually small enough to be transported right into the cell itself.

For more explanation see Why Chelated Minerals are Not Created Equal.

Why are minerals important to the body?

Each of the following systems in the body utilize minerals. Research shows that imbalances or deficiencies in mineral nutrition can affect these systems:

Immune System: Copper (Cu), Zinc (Zn), Iron (Fe) and Selenium (Se) Energy Production:Magnesium (Mg), Phosphorus (P) and Manganese (Mn) Hormone System:Iron (Fe), Manganese (Mn), Zinc (Zn), Copper (Cu), Magnesium (Mg) and Potassium (K) Vitamin Production: Cobalt (Co) Blood Production: Copper (Cu) and Iron (Fe) Enzyme Systems: Zinc (Zn), Copper (Cu), Potassium (K), Manganese (Mn), Magnesium (Mg), Iron (Fe), Calcium (Ca) and Molybdenum (Mo) Skeletal System:Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), Zinc (Zn), Manganese (Mn), Boron (B) and Phosphorus (P)

What is bioavailability?

Bioavailability is the measure of the amount of an ingested nutrient that is absorbed and made available to the body for metabolic use. Bioavailability is important because nutrients must be absorbed to be available to various body systems for growth, maintenance of body tissues, reproduction, and other performance factors. No matter how high the nutrient levels or how well formulated the product, if the nutrient is not bioavailable for use by body tissue, then money and effort have been wasted.

What are nutritional minerals?

As simple as it may seem, this question is the first step in examining the role of minerals in nutrition. The dictionary describes minerals as solid, crystalline substances (diamond, copper, quartz, etc.) not of animal or vegetable origin. The key words are "not of animal or vegetable origin" meaning they are inorganic elements. Because minerals intended for nutritional purposes cannot be synthesized by the body, they must be utilized as natural elements - they must be eaten and successfully absorbed.

In context, we are talking about nutritional minerals. Nutritional minerals are a small sub group of the above broad, general statement. Though nutritional mineral requirements differ between plants and animals, generally the nutritional minerals are regarded as: Boron, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Sulfur, Potassium, Calcium, Vanadium, Chromium, Manganese, Iron, Cobalt, Copper, Zinc, Selenium, Molybdenum and Iodine.

How does one evaluate nanominerals chelates against the other mineral forms?

What is stability and why is it important?

Simply mixing inorganic minerals with amino acids in a liquid or dry mixture does not allow chelation to occur. Simple ionic and hydrogen bonding of minerals to amino acids does not produce a stable product. Minerals and amino acids must be processed according to a specific formula in order to create a stable (coordinate covalent) bond, which is essential for greater bioavailability. Albion's patented processes assure that this bond is formed Many products on the market are reported to be chelates. Some of these products are only complexed mixtures of minerals and proteins and cannot be identified as true amino acid chelates. These complexed mixtures lose stability during digestion, compromising the availability of the mineral nutrient. When looking for available minerals, look for Albion chelates. We guarantee purity and stability.

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Nanominerals iron free May 23, 2016
Reviewer: Edward Given from Travelers Rest, SC United States  
Too early to comment on benefits.

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Still taste like minerals February 29, 2016
Reviewer: Debra Wilson from Kimberly, ID United States  
I still am not crazy about the taste of these but I believe they work!

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Nanominerals October 10, 2015
Reviewer: Heather Phillips from Tallmadge, OH United States  
I can't get past the bad taste and after taste to take it consistently to see the benefits.

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Nanominerals October 4, 2015
Reviewer: Greg Kirton from Hixson, TN United States  
The taste was not bad at all as some people have posted. It is a little difficult to mix well but , if you use amixere bottle it will blend fine.

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nanominerals iron free June 28, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
The minerals, both iron free and with iron, do not dissolve properly.

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