Minerals Found in Dietary Supplements

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Minerals Found in Dietary Supplements
Mineral
Occurrence
Forms Used as Supplements
Boron
Fruits and vegetables
Sodium borate
Calcium
Dairy products, salmon, leafy green vegetables, tofu
Calcium chloride, carbonate, glubionate, gluconate, lactate, phosphate, and citrate; dolomite; bone meal
Chromium
Whole grains, meats, cheeses, brewer’s yeast
GTF chromium, chromium trichloride, chromium picolinate
Copper
Liver, shellfish, fruits, nuts, legumes
Copper gluconate, copper sulfate
Fluorine
Drinking water, seafood, meat, tea
Sodium fluoride
Germanium
N/A
Ge-132
Iodine
Seafood, seaweed, iodized salt
Iodide or iodate salts
Iron
Red meats, organ meats
Ferrous sulfate, fumarate, and gluconate; carbonyl iron
Magnesium
Meats, seafood, green vegetables, dairy products
Magnesium oxide, carbonate, hydroxide, gluconate, aspartate, orotate, oxide and hydroxide; dolomite
Manganese
Whole grains and nuts, plants grown in manganese-rich soils, organ meats, shellfish, milk
Manganese sulfate, manganese gluconate
Molybdenum
Organ meats, grains, legumes, leafy vegetables, milk
Sodium molybdate, molybdenum-enriched yeast
Phosphorus
Dairy products
Sodium phosphate or potassium phosphate salts
Potassium
Fresh fruits and vegetables
Potassium chloride, bicarbonate, aspartate, and orotate
Selenium
Vegetables, brewer’s yeast, grains, fish, organ meats (plants must be grown in soils that have selenium)
Sodium selenite, organic selenium derived from brewer’s yeast
Silicon
Vegetables, whole grains, seafood
Magnesium trisilicate, silicon dioxide, symethicone
Vanadium
Black pepper, dill seeds, whole grains, seafood, meats, dairy products
Zinc
Whole grains, brewer’s yeast, seafood, meat
Zinc sulfate, acetate, gluconate, citrate, dipicolinate, aspartate, and orotate; amino acid chelates of zinc
Source: U.S. Food and Drug Administration