Solgar Chelated Solamins Multimineral 90 Tabs

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Solgar Chelated Solamins Multimineral 90 Tabs


About Chelated Solamins Multimineral

You've heard of the multi-vitamin...

Now, Solgar is proud to present the multi-mineral! Chelated Solamins is a multi-mineral formulation designed to address mineral deficiencies. It's not nearly as widely recognized, but mineral deficiencies are just as problematic as vitamin deficiencies - and New Zealand experiences both.


Chelated Solamins provides NINE of the most important minerals needed to keep the human body functioning at its finest:

  • CALCIUM & MAGNESIUM maintain bone and cardiovascular health.
  • ZINC & SELENIUM bolster overall immune function.
  • IRON & IODINE give you energy and mental focus.
  • COPPER & MANGANESE strengthen connective tissue.
  • CHROMIUM keeps your blood sugar in check.


Solgar's Multi-mineral comes in chelated form to dramatically boost absorption rates, meaning more minerals and more benefits!

Directions Chelated Solamins Multimineral Recommended Use

For total mineral support, take one serving (3 tablets) of Chelated Solamins per day, with a meal.

Nutrition Information

Solgar Chelated Solamins Multimineral Supplement Facts

Three (3) tablets provide:

  • Amount Per Serving
Calcium (as carbonate, amino acid chelate+):500mg
Magnesium (as amino acid chelate+, oxide):250mg
Iron (as bisglycinate++): 10mg
Zinc (as amino acid chelate+):10mg
Manganese (as amino acid chelate+):4mg
Selenium (as selenomethionine):50ug
lodine (as potassium iodide):150ug
Copper (as amino acid chelate+):250ug
Chromium (as amino acid chelate+):20ug

Manufactured under license agreement with Albion Laboratories. Tableted with these natural ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, potassium chloride, cellulose gum, stearic acid, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose, vegetable glycerine.

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