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Mineral of the Week: Dolomite

Filed Under: Vitamins and Minerals at 7:59 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak
DolomiteMinerals supplements have generally a downside.  People normally need to take huge size tablets or several capsules a day in order to obtain enough calcium and magnesium.
Perhaps a sedimentary carbonate rock could help.

Dolomite is the name of a composition of calcium and magnesium found in crystals and can be taken as a nutritional supplement.

This interesting mineral was first described in 1971 by French geologist Deodat Gratet de Dolomieu, in the Dolomite Alps in northern Italy.

Dolomite is the finest deep-mined native form of calcium and magnesium, providing high levels of the two important minerals. Many people are aware of their lack of minerals in their diet and need to take supplements to prevent health problems.

Several multi-minerals are available but may contain unwanted ingredients such as iron, copper and zinc. Dolomite can be a simultaneous source of calcium and magnesium only, two important elemental nutrients.

Customers should make sure products come from a safe and reliable source. Like any other mineral, dolomite needs to be clean and from pure sources.

Are you struggling with mineral absorption? Elderly people experience difficulties taking minerals. First, absorption isn’t at its best as we age. Supplements may travel through the human system without providing any significant benefits. Second, taking more minerals to compensate poor absorption may cause stomach problems.

Dolomite is available in power form and may be the answer for your mineral problems.

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