Mineral Assimilation

Mineral assimilation, or bioassimilation, involves one of two different processes to supply human cells with nutrients. The first is the process of absorbing vitamins, minerals, and other chemicals from food within the gastrointestinal tract. This is done with a chemical breakdown (enzymes and acids) and physical breakdown (oral mastication and stomach churning.) The second process of bioassimilation is the chemical alteration of substances in the bloodstream by the liver or cellular secretions. Although many similar compounds can be absorbed in digestion bioassimilation, the bioavailability of many compounds is dictated by this second process since both the liver and cellular secretions can be very specific in their metabolic action.

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