Tips For Exercising In Cold Weather
Calcium blood levels and storage of calcium are regulated by the parathyroid glands, dependent on supply of vitamin D.
Sulphur is vital for the function of the pancreas gland, for insulin production and the fat digestive enzymes lipase and trypsin.
Chlorine is required by the reproductive organs plus it is an essential mineral for cleansing.
Manganese is required by the mammary glands for lactation, and by the thyroid gland with iodine for production of the hormone thyroxine. It is required for manufacture of insulin with the mineral zinc.
Iodine is essential for the thyroid gland to produce the hormone thyroxine required for metabolism, growth, nerves, skin, hair and energy levels.
Bromine levels are controlled by the pituitary gland. This trace mineral is required for stable emotions, especially during menopause and the ‘mid life crisis’.
Vitamin C protects against glandular infections.
Vitamin D activates the glandular system
Vitamin E and B complex are vital for all the body’s glands.