What is ConcenTrace trace mineral drops good for?
ConcenTrace captures the perfect balance of trace minerals your body needs. Using ConcenTrace every day may help maintain healthy energy levels in your body by providing your body’s entire electrical system the minerals it needs to function properly.
What are the 72 trace minerals in ConcenTrace?
Allergen Info: Contains no known allergens. Gluten Free. This product contains over 72 ionic trace minerals in varying trace amounts as found in seawater, including those listed above as well as the following: Calcium, Silicon, Selenium, Phosphorus, Iodine, Chromium, Manganese, Iron, Copper, Molybdenum, Zinc, Vanadium.
Does ConcenTrace have zinc?
Anderson’s ConcenTrace is very concentrated and contains an abundance of elements that your body needs to balance pH. For example, Anderson’s ConcenTrace contains high levels of magnesium with potassium, and trace amounts of calcium, zinc and sodium for increasing alkalinity.
Does ConcenTrace expire?
Due to the purity, concentration and natural mineral makeup of ConcenTrace®, it is naturally preserved, contains no bacterial growth and doesn’t need to be refrigerated. The minerals do not lose potency over time. It has a 5 year shelf life from the date of manufacture.
Do trace minerals make you constipated?
Some vitamins and minerals can cause loose stools or diarrhea, including magnesium and vitamin C. Other supplements, such as calcium and iron, can cause constipation. People should speak with a doctor before starting or stopping a vitamin or mineral supplement.
Does ConcenTrace have electrolytes?
ConcenTrace® is made from Utah’s Great Salt Lake inland seawater, which contains, in the form of a balanced concentration of electrolytes, more than 72 bioavailable ionic trace elements, including magnesium. These electrolytes are bioavailable and soluble in water.
Can you get too much trace minerals?
In high doses all nine trace minerals can be toxic in humans. In general, mineral toxicity results when a person accidentally consumes too much of any mineral, as with drinking ocean water (sodium toxicity), or is overexposed to industrial pollutants, household chemicals, or certain drugs.
What happens if you get too much trace minerals?
Minerals (especially taken in large doses) can cause side effects such as tooth staining, increased urination, stomach bleeding, uneven heart rate, confusion, and muscle weakness or limp feeling. When taken as directed, multivitamins and minerals are not expected to cause serious side effects.
Is there iodine in ConcenTrace?
Refrigeration not necessary. Ionic Iodine is a rich, concentrated liquid dietary supplement that provides 225 mcg of iodine from potassium iodide per serving, plus over 72 ionic trace minerals from ConcenTrace®, America’s #1 selling trace mineral supplement according to SPINS® data.