The need for trace elements

To enrich our food with the necessary microelements, you must withdraw not only from alcohol, but from an excess of sugar and sweets, products made of white flour and generally "purified", "refined" products.
Whole grain wheat (sprouted grain, bran), brown rice, barley (porridge), rye (bread of the whole grain), oatmeal, millet (millet porridge), groats (buckwheat), seeds (sunflower, pumpkin), but also - and primarily - rock salt and various nuts give our body the necessary number of microelements.
If there is a need for zinc, we can get it from animal protein, especially marine fish (herring, oysters), for vanadium - from vegetable oils, in selenium - products from the sea, i.e. fish, "gifts of the sea", and also from corn, tomatoes and yeast...
As shown by Professor Gerlich, at 5 am in tap water contains 200 times more zinc than 10 hours of the morning, when the drain is already a lot of water.
fruit is not so rich in microelements. They contain them, but in insufficient quantities. Much more micronutrients plants accumulate in seeds - for "offspring". We would not only destroy the seeds when cleaning!
Here, it is worth mentioning obtained in the Institute of gardening in Poland positive samples selective docoriki fruit trees, as well as on the recommendations from the Society for ecological prophylaxis in Krakow, which in cooperation with the management of the salt mines Kłodawa develops methods for selective processing of the soil, allowing to compensate for the deficiency of microelements.
Unfortunately, in our diet is not yet dark sugaror molasses, we dedicate it to the animals. But it concentrates all that is discarded from beet in the process of refining of sugar, so that he was white. Just as in the bran in the process of cleaning the flour becomes the most valuable of grain and goes to waste, and in the syrup goes lot of chromium, manganese, copper, zinc, molybdenum, and a bit of selenium.
In the process of refining of vegetable oils and other fats we deprive them of chromium. Fortunately, fresh, prepared oil him quite as well as manganese, cobalt, copper, molybdenum.
Clearly, in those days, when there was no exact methods of analysis, no one could know that he needs at a given moment to full health. And no one can't say until you see obvious signs of lack of any trace.
Some researchers believe that the nature of our body plastic enough to adapt to the existing new conditions. Others believe to rapid and abrupt changes in the living conditions of our body is unable to adapt, and hence - the so-called diseases of civilization, and that only one step separates us from the things that we've passed the line of homeostasis, when health is lost.
Here is another table presenting the sources of some microelements in
the products of our food, or that we would have, in addition, the perceived need for these items for adults:

Trace element The estimated
daily need, mg/day
Products
rich good
Cobalt (Co) In the form of vitamin B12 (>0,1) Liver, kidney Meat oysters
Copper (Cu) 1-3 The liver and kidneys ruminants, oysters, crabs, shrimp, lobster, crayfish, nuts Leafy vegetables, peas, beans, wheat flour and bread from it
Manganese (Mn) 3-5 Peas, beans, nuts, cereals, tea Leafy vegetables
Molybdenum (Mo) very little Peas, beans, root vegetables, liver Cereals, kidney
Zinc (Zn) 10-20 Oysters, sprouted wheat, kidneys, pumpkin seeds, sunflower The liver and the high-protein products
Selenium (Ce) very little Is present in small quantities in many products and mixed rational diet it is enough
Fluoride (F) 1-2 Tea, mackerel, salmon, sardines Kidneys, liver, wheat grass
Iodine (I) 0,06-0,15 Marine fish, oysters, salt audirovannaja Yolks of eggs, some vegetables, such as core
Iron (Fe) 12-15 Meat, liver, egg yolks, whole grains, beans, spinach, pumpkin seeds, sunflower Plums, raisins, and green vegetables

Attention. Besides iodine and fluoride, as a rule, in a rational and varied diet, all listed above microelements contained in our food. But some people need there is a very high - all individually.