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Post  Post subject: Minor Chemical Elements in Human Body  |  Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2013 1:07 pm

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Minor chemical elements in human body and its percentage.

Lithium (Li)-0.0000031%
Beryllium (Be) -0.000000005 %
Boron (B) -0.000069 %
Fluorine (F) 0.0037%
Sodium (Na) -0.15 %
Magnesium (Mg) -0.05%
Aluminum (Al) - 0.000087%
Silicon (Si) - 0.002%
Sulfur (S) - 0.25%
Chlorine (Cl) - 0.15%
Potassium (K) - 0.35%
Titanium (Ti) - 0.000013%
Iron (Fe) - 0.006%
Cobalt (Co) - 0.0000021%


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Post  Post subject: Re: Minor Chemical Elements in Human Body  |  Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2013 3:14 pm

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Why did you post this?

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Post  Post subject: Re: Minor Chemical Elements in Human Body  |  Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2013 4:55 pm
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Tansika - I've removed the link from your signature. If you hang around and we get to know you better, you can probably put it back, but for now it just looks like spam.

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Post  Post subject: Re: Minor Chemical Elements in Human Body  |  Posted: Thu Aug 01, 2013 6:19 am

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tansika wrote:
Minor chemical elements in human body and its percentage.

Lithium (Li)-0.0000031%
Beryllium (Be) -0.000000005 %
Boron (B) -0.000069 %
Fluorine (F) 0.0037%
Sodium (Na) -0.15 %
Magnesium (Mg) -0.05%
Aluminum (Al) - 0.000087%
Silicon (Si) - 0.002%
Sulfur (S) - 0.25%
Chlorine (Cl) - 0.15%
Potassium (K) - 0.35%
Titanium (Ti) - 0.000013%
Iron (Fe) - 0.006%
Cobalt (Co) - 0.0000021%


All gobbledy-gook. Let us consider how much "endocrine-disrupting" synthetic chemicals are affecting our lives. For example, 2,4,-d broadcast globally over the soil, humans gather it in, mistakenly thinking it is estrogen!

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