Chloride is important for the distribution of water within the body; gastric juice contains dairy products, fruits and vegetables, table salt and algae.
Silicic acid is important for the skin, hair, teeth and nails and activates the body's defenses. Often in raw, green vegetables.
Magnesium is involved in building bones and teeth. Magnesium is essential for normal muscle function and energy metabolism. Plays an important role in the transmission of stimuli in the nervous system. Wheat germ, whole grain products, almonds, dried fruits, chestnuts, dates, figs, bananas, green vegetables and lettuce.
Phosphorus as a calcium salt is a necessary component of the bones. Phosphorus is necessary for cell functions. Cocoa, hard cheese, egg yolk, oil, wheat germ, yeast, dried vegetables, whole grain rice, whole grain bread, fish.
Potassium regenerates the water balance, the acid-base balance, the nerve impulse conduction and the muscle contractions. Yeast, raw fruits and vegetables, dried fruits, fish, meat, milk, cheese.
Calcium plays an important role in the transmission of stimuli in the nervous system. Essential mineral for building bones and teeth. Hard cheese, dairy products, egg yolks, green vegetables, seaweed, bean sprouts.
Sodium is important for the functioning of muscle and nerve cells and for the heart. Table salt (not too much), algae, cured foods, smoked fish and meat, cheese, bread.