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Krebs Cycle Multi-Mineral Complex
The Decreasing Levels of Minerals in Today’s Foods
Dietary studies have shown that mineral deficiencies are so prevalent, it’s rare that anyone gets even the minimum RDA levels of them all.
The following are examples of the unfortunate findings:
- A study by the USDA in the mid-1980s on Chromium status in adults found that NONE of the people tested consumed even the lower level of the Chromium “Safe & Adequate Intake” range of 50 to 200 mcg.
- It is estimated that up to 90% of all Americans may be Magnesium-deficient, even by RDA standards (considered by
many Magnesium experts to be already too low).• A study published in the prestigious American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in the late 1970s found 70% of Americans getting less than the 15 mg RDA for Zinc, with most getting only 8-11 mg per day.
- Among Americans who do not eat a high-dairy diet or take Calcium supplements/antacids regularly, virtually no one will achieve the current 1000 mg per day RDA for Calcium.