Minerals can make you look really good! Boron

Loving those minerals and what they can do for us. You know, minerals are so important for our health and well-being. Did you know boron plays a key role in bone health and more? Let me tell you more about this amazing trace mineral.
At True organic of Sweden we care for our bodies both inside and out. We want you to feel your best, so we focus on providing high quality, organic Swedish skincare . Boron is one mineral we think everyone should learn about.

BORON- a trace mineral that packs a powerful punch. Boron may be a tiny mineral but it has huge benefits. Studies continue to show how boron supports bone strength and joint flexibility. With just a small amount each day, it can really make a difference.

Did you catch that - a study found that only 3mg of boron a day reduced calcium loss by 40% in post-menopausal women? That is incredible! Boron is clearly important for maintaining bone density as we age. And the research goes beyond bones. Boron also seems to benefit the brain and may even offer prostate protection. Areas with more boron in the soil tend to have fewer joint problems in residents. It truly is multi-purpose.
Boron boosts brain power too. Not only does it help produce active Vitamin D and support bone formation, but boron increases electrical activity in the brain. Studies show that a boron deficiency can negatively impact tasks like dexterity, coordination, attention, perception, and memory. Pretty amazing for such a tiny mineral!

Are hot flashes bothering you? Boron may help provide relief. Some research has found it can help reduce the frequency and intensity of hot flashes during menopause. Every little bit of relief helps, right?

Luckily, it's easy to get more boron in your diet. Great sources include apples, broccoli, cauliflower, grapes, leafy greens, legumes, nuts, peaches, pears, prunes, alfalfa, kelp and tomatoes. All very healthy foods to enjoy regularly. And if you take a daily multi-mineral supplement, be sure it includes boron and Vitamin D.

I just find it so fascinating learning about all the minerals and vitamins that do so much for our health. Boron is clearly one we don't want to be deficient in. Stay informed, stay healthy, and keep enjoying all the nutrients nature provides. Wishing you all the best, Tina

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