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Here is a link to a table with RDI for adults for macro, micro nutrients and minerals and such. http://www.netrition.com/rdi_page.html
Older adults will not need as many calories because they are more sedentary and move around less. Vitamins and minerals are more important for older adults to keep bones healthy.
Iron-deficiency anemia in this population group is less common than in younger adults
you need minerals or you will become fat , disabled and morbatly obese . minerals are reactors for vitamins and minerals
We need protein and minerals to keep bones strong.
To my understanding, minerals don't need chelates, we need chelated forms of minerals to better be able to use them. Chelated minerals are a special form of minerals that are found in living things. If the minerals aren't chelated, living things are unable to utilize them.
yes, animals need minerals from the soils.
No, minerals, vitamins and water do not need to be digested. The foods that contain them need to be. However, minerals, vitamins and water need to be absorbed by the body into the bloodstream.
Most adults need seven to eight hours a night for the best amount of sleep, although some people may need as few as five hours or as many as 10 hours of sleep each day.
minerals are a resource because plants need minerals to survive and grow
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They were much more likely than adults to be injured.