Trace minerals are commonly overlooked as a vital category of nutrients that our bodies cannot produce themselves.
Trace minerals include chromium, copper, fluorine, iodine, iron, manganese, molybdenum, selenium, and zinc. These minerals are found in specific meat-and plant-based foods but are even more easily absorbed via supplements, which allow precise measurement and are safe and accessible for people with dietary restrictions.
Since the creation of cell phones, new generations, or G’s of technology have been introduced, paving the way for text messages, internet searches, and data sharing. Now, with the addition of frequency relient devices such as smart watches, self-driving vehicles, and virtual reality devices, 5G aims to allow for speeds more than 10 times what they are today... But is it really what’s best for society?