|| Effects on the body
||Help maintain the acidic balance in the stomach and intestines, accelerating digestion
||Sulfate plays a significant role in the proper functioning of the cells, and is also found in many enzymes
||With sodium (Na+), Chloride (Cl–) regulates the osmotic pressure in cells. As a component of digestive acids in the stomach, it plays an important part in the digestive process.
||Sodium is necessary for the exchange of water between cells and the intercellular substance. It is also very important for the muscles – it allows them to spasm.
||Potassium is necessary in regulating water levels in the cells, as well as osmotic pressure. Potassium is also responsible for sending nerve impulses and for muscle spasms.
||Calcium participates in building the bones and teeth. A calcium deficiency can cause osteoporosis. It affects the work of muscles and the transmission of nerve signals, blood coagulation, and also regulates the work of the heart.