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Plant min­eral sup­ple­ments come from an­cient de­posits of min­eral-rich plant mat­ter. One source is Senon­ian veg­e­tate in Utah. (“Senon­ian” is a ge­o­log­i­cal term for a pre­his­toric time pe­riod.)

Carolyn Dean, MD, ND, au­thor of and a mem­ber of the med­i­cal board of the Nu­tri­tional Mag­ne­sium As­so­ci­a­tion (nu­tri­tional­mag­ne­sium.org), rec­om­mends view­ing plant min­er­als much like green drinks and us­ing serv­ing sizes as a guide. “Start slowly and keep track of how you feel—re­ally use your own in­tu­ition,” she says. As your body be­comes re-min­er­al­ized, metabolism revs up, she says, and over time, you’re likely to re­quire higher dosages.

Peo­ple have re­ported a va­ri­ety of ben­e­fits, such as more en­ergy or sleep­ing through the night with­out need­ing to go to the bath­room. But Dean em­pha­sizes that be­cause trace min­er­als are es­sen­tial for the hu­man body’s over­all func­tion, they can pro­duce many ther­a­peu­tic ef­fects that are unique to each in­di­vid­ual.

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