|Phytogenic Trace Mineral Capsules
J. Clark Phytogenic Trace Mineral Capsules:
T. J. Clark has made
our world-famous Phytogenic Trace Minerals even more easy to enjoy. The
naturally-occurring full spectrum of minerals and trace elements are now
available in capsule form.
T. J. Clark's
Colloidal Minerals were collected, dehydrated, and the extracts of
minerals removed, and combined with other high quality elements for a
phytogenic blend of minerals unlike those commonly found in dietary
The elements of T. J. Clark's Trace Mineral
Capsules combine to restore proper chemistry and balance to your body. This
unique blend of naturally occurring minerals works at the cellular level to
restore and maintain health by increasing the efficiency of dozens of biological
processes spanning almost the entire function of the human body. This organic
complex of phytogenic minerals and elements have been researched and perfected
for almost 80 years, during which time we have done more to advance the science
of phytogenic chemistry, and mineral nutrition than any other company.
Capsules from T. J. Clark & Company contain the following elements in
these typical amounts.
- Few nutrients are as well-studied as Calcium, and it health effects
are many. Far from being just the bone mineral, Calcium plays a part in
a number of other biological actions such as heart beat, rate and
rhythm, nerve transmission and muscle contraction.
- Magnesium is an essential mineral in
humans with a direct involvement in over 300 metabolic reactions. It is
necessary for every major biological process, including the production
of cellular energy and the synthesis of nucleic acids and proteins. It
is also important for the electrical stability of cells, the maintenance
of cell membrane integrity, muscle contraction, nerve conduction and the
regulation of vascular tone. Deficiency of Magnesium can lead to a wide
variety of serious disorders, while ingesting a proper amount may lead
to improvements in such conditions as Cardiac arrhythmia's, high blood
pressure, menstrual disorders, migraine headaches and bone
demineralization. A great deal of research information is available on
Magnesium from scientific sources.
Potassium is an essential
macromineral with a wide range of biochemical and physiological roles.
It is important in the transmission of nerve impulses, the contraction
of cardiac, skeletal and smooth muscle, the production of energy, the
synthesis of nucleic acids, the maintenance of intracellular tonicity,
and the maintenance of normal blood pressure. Accumulating evidence
suggests that diets high in Potassium may be protective not only against
hypertension, but also strokes and cardiovascular disease and possibly
other degenerative diseases as well.
Zinc is another essential element in
humans, vital for growth and development, sexual maturity and
reproduction, dark vision adaptation, sense of smell and taste, insulin
storage and release, and for a variety of immune defenses. Even
borderline deficiency or disturbances in Zinc metabolism can have
profound adverse health effects. Zinc deficiency has been shown to
impair immunity in many ways. Zinc deficiency has also been shown to
impair placental transport of antibodies from mother to fetus. There is
even preliminary evidence that Zinc can produce benefit in some with
rheumatoid arthritis. Diminished Zinc blood levels have been reported in
some with this disease. Zinc has demonstrated an ability to inhibit
lymphocyte reaction in some of these subjects. Overall, more is being
learned about this superstar in human nutrition every day, and research
efforts are continuing.
Selenium is an essential trace element
in human nutrition involved in the defense against the toxicity of
reactive oxygen species, also in the regulation of thyroid hormone
metabolism, and the regulation of the oxidation state of cells. Selenium
has also been shown to have an anticarcinogenic activity, and to inhibit
the effects of a number of toxic metals, including cadmium and arsenic.
Proteins in the high-Selenium form of yeast are enzymatically digested
in the small intestine to yield amino acids, oligopeptides, and L-Selenomethionine.
Iron is an essential trace mineral in
humans. It is involved in the entire process of breathing, including
oxygen transport and electron transport. Iron-deficiency, which can lead
to anemia, is the most common nutritional disorder in the world.
Approximately 25% of the world's population is Iron-deficient. In
addition to its fundamental roles in respiration and energy production,
Iron is involved in DNA synthesis and may also play roles in normal
brain development, and in immune function. Iron is also involved in the
synthesis of collagen and in the synthesis of serotonin, dopamine and
norepinephrine. There is also some evidence Iron may diminish learning
problems and enhance cognition in some children and adolescents with
Iron deficiency. In one study, the effects of iron supplements were
tested in adolescent girls with non-anemia iron deficiency to see if
they might improve cognition. This was a double-blind,
placebo-controlled trial. Subjects were randomized to receive 650 mg of
Iron twice daily, or a placebo for eight weeks. Those with Iron
supplementation were reported to perform significantly better than those
of the placebo group on tests related to verbal learning and memory.
Phosphorous is an essential
mineral that plays pivotal roles in the structure and function of nearly
every part of the body. Approximately 85% of phosphorus is located in
the bones, with the rest making up the structure of the teeth, the
cellular membranes, nucleic acids, and nucleotides. While not as famous
as Calcium, Zinc or Iron, Phosphorus has been referred to by some
scientists as the element, "around which life is built". Deficiency can
result in anorexia, impaired growth, osteomalacia, bone
demineralization, muscle atrophy, weakness, cardiac irregularities,
respiratory dysfunction and many other disorders. Some studies have been
conducted to suggest that supplemental Phosphorus may benefit endurance
exercise, and increase the ability to take up oxygen.
In addition to the
above named elements, our trace mineral capsules contain an all-natural
blend of up to 65 additional elements including Copper, Chromium, Boron,
Manganese, Molybdenum, Silver, and Vanadium, plus dozens of other
elements combining to make one truly effective multimineral supplement.
The elements of T.
J. Clark's Trace Mineral Capsules combine to restore proper chemistry
and balance to your body. This unique blend of naturally occurring
minerals works at the cellular level to restore and maintain health by
increasing the efficiency of dozens of biological processes spanning
almost the entire function of the human body. This organic complex of
phytogenic minerals and elements have been researched and perfected for
almost 80 years, during which time we have done more to advance the
science of phytogenic chemistry, and mineral nutrition than any other
Serving Size: 2 capsules
Serving Per Container: 60
up to 65 other trace minerals and elements
including Copper, Chromium, Boron
* Percent Daily Values based on a 2,000 calorie
** No daily value established
2 capsules once
daily with food
* This statements have not been
evaluated by the Food and Drag Administration.
This products are not intended
to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.