Element Iodine

Fluoride
Fluoride
Fluoride Fluoride is a mineral that occurs naturally in almost all foods and water supplies. The fluoride ion comes from the element fluorine. Fluorine, the 13th most abundant element in the earth's crust, is never encountered in its free state in nature. It exists only in combination with other elements as a fluoride compound. Fluoride is effective in preventing and reversing the early signs of tooth decay. Researchers have shown that there are several ways through which fluoride achieves its d
Iodine
Iodine
In each human body there contains multiple elements. The element Iodine can be found in your body by the food you consume or even through your thyroid hormones. Iodine was originally discovered in 1811 by Bernard Courtois. Bernard Courtois was known as a French Chemist. This chemist came to the conclusion that Iodine is non-metallic and can be an essential micronutrient in the ionic form of Iodide. In Greek terms ?Iode? means violet while being in a gaseous state. Iodine is known to be a major
Mineral and Water Function
Mineral and Water Function
Mineral and Water Function Tiffany Sabala SCI/220 May 22, 2017 Erik Kirk Mineral and Water Function Mention two major and two minor minerals. State their functions, sources and deficiency conditions. Major Minerals |Major Minerals |These naturally occurring elements remain in | | |the body over time. A 150-pound adult, | | |for example, has more than two pounds of | | |calcium, found mostly in bone and teeth. | |Mineral |Action |Food Sources |Supplement |Notes | | | | |Dosage | | |Calcium |Esse