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General Description

Our Deep Ocean Trace Minerals product is a natural blend of essential minerals derived from the Pacific Ocean at an optimal depth of over 600m.  Potassium, Boron, Manganese, Phosphorus, and Zinc are among the naturally occurring trace minerals delivered in each capsule.  The product also contains a mineral powder that is standardized for 15% Magnesium content.

The body needs larger amounts of macrominerals. They include calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, and sulfur. You only need small amounts of trace minerals.They include iron, manganese, copper, iodine, zinc, cobalt, fluoride, and selenium.

The five major minerals in the human body are calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and magnesium. All of the remaining elements in a human body are called "trace elements".  Essential macro- and micro- minerals are contained in DEEP OCEAN TRACE MINERALS.

Some Reported Medicinal Properties

  • Increase alkalinity
  • Boosts energy
  • Helps maintain healthy mineral reserves
  • Bone health
  • Muscle relaxant
  • Supports brain and nerve health

Research On NutraMedix Product

Medical Conditions [peer-reviewed journals]


Maehira, F., Ishimine, N., Miyagi, I., Eguchi, Y., Shimada, K.,Kawaguchi, D., & Oshiro, Y. (2011). Anti-diabetic effects including diabetic nephropathy of anti-osteoporotic trace minerals on diabetic mice. Nutrition, 27(4),488-495. Full Article

Akhuemokhan, I. K., Eregie, A., & Fasanmade, O. A.(2013). Diabetes prevention and management: the role of trace minerals. Full Article

Teixeira, A. G. V., Lima, F. S., Bicalho, M. L. S., Kussler, A.,Lima, S. F., Felippe, M. J., & Bicalho, R. C. (2014). Effect of an injectable trace mineral supplement containing selenium, copper, zinc, and manganese on immunity, health, and growth of dairy calvesJournal of dairy science97(7), 4216-4226. Full Article

Oral Ingestion

Higgins, M.F., Rudkin, B., Kuo, C. (2019). Oral Ingestionof Deep Ocean Minerals Increases High-Intensity Intermittent Running Capacityin Soccer Players after Short-Term Post-Exercise Recovery: A Double-Blind,Placebo-Controlled Crossover Trial. Marine Drugs. Full Article


Frestedt, J. L., Walsh, M., Kuskowski, M. A., & Zenk, J. L.(2008). A natural mineral supplement provides relief from knee osteoarthritis symptoms: arandomized controlled pilot trialNutrition journal7(1),9. Full Article

Mutlu, M., Argun, M., Kilic, E. S. E. R., Saraymen, R., &Yazar, S. (2007). Magnesium, zinc and copper status in osteoporotic,osteopenic and normal post-menopausal womenJournal of International Medical Research35(5), 692-695. Full Article

Various Conditions

Acda, S. P., & Chae, B. J. (2002). A review on the applications of organic trace minerals in pig nutritionPakistan Journal of Nutrition1(1),25-30. Full Article

Hamed, I., Özogul, F., Özogul, Y., & Regenstein, J. M. (2015).Marine bioactive compounds and their health benefits: a review. Comprehensive reviews in food science and food safety14(4), 446-465. Full Article

Black, R. (2003). Micronutrient deficiency: an underlying cause of morbidity and mortality. Full Article

Medicinal Properties [peer-reviewed journals]


Chen, P. C., Guo, C. H., Tseng, C. J., Wang, K. C., & Liu, P.J. (2013). Blood trace minerals concentrations and oxidative stress in patients with obstructive sleep apneaThe journal of nutrition, health & aging17(8),639-644. Full Article

Guo, C. H., Liu, P. J., Hsia, S., Chuang, C. J., & Chen, P. C.(2011). Role of certain trace minerals in oxidative stress, inflammation, CD4/CD8 lymphocyte ratios and lung function in asthmatic patients. Annals of clinical biochemistry48(4), 344-351. Full Article

D'souza, H. S., Menezes, G., & Venkatesh, T. (2003). Role of essential trace minerals on the absorption of heavy metals with special reference to leadIndianJournal of Clinical Biochemistry18(2), 154-160. Full Article

Guo, C. H., Chen, P. C., & Ko, W. S. (2013). Status of essential trace minerals and oxidative stress in viral hepatitis C patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver diseaseInternational journal of medical sciences10(6),730. Full Article

McDowell, L. R., Wilkinson, N., Madison, R., & Felix, T.(2007, January). Vitamins and minerals functioning as antioxidants with supplementation considerations.In Florida Ruminant Nutrition Symposium; Best Western Gateway Grand:Gainesville, FL, USA (pp. 30-31). Full Article


Al-Fartusie, F. S., & Mohssan, S. N. (2017). Essential trace elements and their vital roles in human bodyIndian J Adv Chem Sci5(3), 127-136. Full Article


Gharibzahedi, S. M. T., & Jafari, S. M. (2017). The importance of minerals in human nutrition: Bioavailability, food for tification, processing effects and nanoencapsulation. Trends in Food Science& Technology62, 119-132. Full Article

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DOTM - effect of an injectable trace mineral supplement

The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of a subcutaneous injection of a multimineral preparation containing 300 mg of zinc, 50 mg of manganese, 25 mg of selenium, and 75 mg of copper at 230 and 260 days of gestation and 35 days postpartum, on the health, milk production and reproductive performance of lactating Holstein cows. A randomized field trial was conducted on three large commercial dairy farms located near Ithaca, New York, USA, with 1416 cows enrolled.

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Trace Minerals - Various Conditions (A review)

The purpose of this review is to provide an update on recent informations regarding application of organic trace minerals in pig nutrition. Understanding the efficacy of organic trace minerals has been increasingly important over the past few years as a result of increased customer awareness of their benefits and the increase in the number of commercial products available to the consumer.

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Trace Minerals - Various Conditions (deficiency)

"Micronutrients" is a collective term applied to essential vitamins and trace minerals. Inadequate intake of them is now recognized as an important contributor to the global burden of disease through increased rates of illness and death from infectious diseases, and of disability such as mental impairment.

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Trace Minerals - Various Conditions (Bioactive Compounds)

The significance of marine creatures as a source of unique bioactive compounds is expanding. Marine organisms constitue nearly half of the wordwide biodiversity; thus, oceans and sea present a vast resource for new substances and it is considered the largest remaining reservoir of beneficial natural molecules that might be used as functional constituents in the food sector.

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Trace Minerals - Osteroporosis (menopausal)

Serum concentrations of magnesium, zinc and copper were measured in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis (n = 40), osteopenia (n = 40) or normal bone mineral density (n = 40) as classified on the basis of the T-score of the femur neck and dual energy X-ray absorptiometry results.

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Trace Minerals - Osteoarthritis (knee)

This small, pilot study evaluated the impact of treatment with a natural multi-mineral supplement from seaweed (Aquamin) on walking distance, pain and joint mobility in subjects with moderate to severe osteoarthritis of the knee.

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Trace Minerals - Diabetes (prevention)

Interest in the role of trace minerals in diabetes started way back in 1929, when Glaser and Halpern noticed that yeast extract potentiates the action of insulin. The discovery in 1959 of glucose tolerance factor in yeast and the isolation of chromium as its active component intensified interest in the status of other trace minerals in diabetes.

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Trace Minerals - Diabetes (nephropathy)

In our previous study to evaluate the effects of soluble silicon (Si) on bone metabolism, Si and coral sand (CS) as a natural Si-containing material suppressed peroxisome proliferator activated receptor g (PPARg), which regulates both glucose and bone metabolism and increases adipogenesis at the expense of osteogenesis, leading to bone loss. In this study, we investigated the anti-diabetic effects of bone-seeking elements, Si and stable strontium (Sr), and CS as a natural material containing these elements using obese diabetic KKAy mice.

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Trace Minerals - Antioxidant (supplementation).pdf

Vitamin E, vitamin C, carotenoids, Se and other trace minerals are important antioxidant components of animal diets and their roles in animal health and immune function are indispensable.

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Trace Minerals - Antioxidant (Hep C)

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) may be an important factor leading to altered trace mineral homeostasis, thereby accelerating the progression of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection. Our aim was to determine whether NAFLD influenced the status of certain essential trace minerals and oxidative stress in chronic HCV-infected patients.

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Trace Minerals - Antioxidant (Heavy Metals)

Heavy metals are important toxicants known to exert adverse effects in humans and animals, given sufficient exposure and accumulation in the body. This has a great concern both at personal and public health dsk. Heavy metals are also known to interact with the essential trace minerals at the level of absorption and also during the metabolism. The adverse effects of the absorbed and accumulated heavy metals include neurological, reproductive, renal and hematological system.

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Trace Minerals - Antioxidant (certain minerals)

Asthma is associated with increased inflammation, oxidative stress and abnormal immune system function. We determined the distributions of several essential trace minerals and assessed their relationships to factors that are associated with the pathophysiological status of patients with mild/moderate asthma.

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Trace Minerals - Antioxidant (blood)

Obstructive sleep apnea (osa) is associated with increased oxidative stress. Certain essential trace minerals have shown to play an important role in the maintenance of redox homeostasis. We determined the concentrations of trace minerals in osa patients and assessed their relationships to osa severity as indicated by the apnea/ hypopnea index (ahi).

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Deep Ocean Trace Minerals: Vitality Support

As minerals have diverse functionalities and potentials in the body's metabolism and homeostasis, deficiency of these bioactive constituents can result in an abundant incidence of common disorders and disease symptoms. Maintenance knowledge of the mineral content in terms of safe food fortification and processing techniques can significantly increase their absorption and bioavailability rate.

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Deep Ocean Trace Minerals: Energy

Trace elements are naturally occurring inorganic substance required in humans in amounts <100 mg/day. They are essential components of biological structures and have an important effect on and play a key role in a variety of the processes necessary for life throughout mediate vital biochemical reactions.

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DOTM: Oral Ingestion

This study examined whether deep ocean mineral (DOM) supplementation improvedhigh-intensity intermittent running capacity after short-term recovery from an initial bout of prolongedhigh-intensity running in thermoneutral environmental conditions.

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