The question is, what is a mineral? And what does it do?
A mineral is an element. It’s not something you can create. It’s not something that can be destroyed. It is what it is, and it’s always been. These minerals act as enzyme cofactors, which are necessary for the human body to perform important biochemical reactions.
Magnesium, for example: Why do you need magnesium? Magnesium is necessary for over 150 different enzymatic reactions, mostly in the central nervous system, but elsewhere as well.
What is a vitamin? You need to know what the difference is. A mineral is an element. A vitamin is a more complex organic structure. Your body may need certain vitamins to function, but the minerals are critically important as well.
To answer your question, you’re absolutely correct, but it’s not just the B complex vitamins. You also have other vitamins in addition to taking your “B Complexes.”
Do you need to take them all? Yes.
Another common deficiency is vitamin D. Just about everyone should be taking it regularly– D3 specifically. Don’t think about it. Just do it.
Magnesium deficiency is also fairly prevalent, and is the most common mineral deficiency of a nutraceutical nature.
Do you have to take them simultaneously? Not at all, no. The body just needs to get them. The question is how?
The B complexes tend to cause the stomach to get a little upset, so some people prefer to take their B complex with their breakfast. The minerals can be taken on an empty stomach, or not. How you take those is based entirely on your own personal preference.
Your body cannot absorb it all at once, so you divide the dosage at least by half—taking half your daily supplements in the morning, and half in the evening. That way, your body is able to receive and absorb healthy amounts of nutrients throughout the day.[/testimonial][/testimonials]