Elitepro Vital Minerals
Elitepro Vital Minerals
Elitepro Vital Minerals

Elitepro Vital Minerals

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Elitepro minerals are fully chelated, ensuring the absorption for energy systems, protein synthesis, hormone production, bone density, insulin sensitivity, and blood-sugar management. The formula includes five key minerals – magnesium, zinc, selenium, chromium, and vanadium – for running at full speed.*


  • Supports natural testosterone production*
  • Replaces key mineral deficiencies caused by the most brutal training and competition*
  • Is fully chelated for maximum absorption*
  • Supports protein synthesis (a series of chemical reactions that form the basis of muscle building)*
  • Helps regulate blood sugar levels and insulin*

Fully Chelated for Best Absorption*

Elitepro Vital Minerals Benefit

Supports Natural
Testosterone Production*

Elitepro Vital Minerals Benefit

Optimizes Protein

Elitepro Vital Minerals Benefit

Fortifies Health
& Key Minerals*

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  8. Wilborn CD et al. Effects of Zinc Magnesium Aspartate (ZMA) Supplementation on Training Adaptations and Markers of Anabolism and Catabolism. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2004; 1(2): 12–20. doi: 10.1186/1550-2783-1-2-12

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Ryan K.
United States United States


Excellent product! High doses of crucial minerals in highly absorbible form!

Nicholas C.
United States United States

Nick Cassina

Helps me fall asleep and stay asleep. Plus its easy to take.

Stan G.
United States United States

Should be capsules rather than tablets

Would be easier to swallow if the minerals were encapsulated in capsules rather than tablets.

jeff t.
United States United States

wanted it to help me train hard, sleep better

unlike my wife, i think it's easy to swallow! take all 4 at once. seriously tho, i didn't notice any change with training or sleep, but i trust biotest to put in their supps what they say so sticking with it just in case. hopefully it will add up over time. considering the prevalence of mineral deficiencies this is inexpensive way to insure you are good on important muscle building minerals.

Korwin R.
United States United States

Took time

It took about a month and a half before I felt anything. I'm guessing that I was very low at least in a couple of these minerals ( Las Vegas heat , outside job & train in my garage) because when everything kicked in, WOW! Suddenly my strength started to go up and then my waist started shrinking. Nothing about my training or diet changed. I absolutely love this product.

Gary G.
United States United States

Great supplement

Used as recommended at bedtime. Promotes deep sleep and I wake up rested with more energy

Vance Y.
Canada Canada

Part of my staple supplements

These have been my go to mineral supplement for years. I like the formulation. Can't find anything similar in Canada.

United States United States

Weight training recovery

It's what my body needed for recovery and good sleep. I'm 46 yrs old and this really helps.

United States United States

Provides all you need in 3 simple doses

Excellent. Easy to swallow

Jaime S.
United States United States

Since forever...

I have been using Biotest stuff since the llaye 90's... Everything Tim created i use it. Today all products are second to none. To bad we have entered in a new dark ages of sciences and research. Its look like anyone are coming up with something reallt new and bacjed by science. You guy are the last stand on that field....

Tracy W.
United States United States

The Best

I can feel the difference.

James O.
United States United States

ElitePro Minerals

My wife and I both use ElitePro it has had specific benefits increasing our immune systems, relieving restless leg syndrome, and increasing insulin sensitivity. We love this item.

United States United States

A Good Product

Contains all essential minerals. Easy to take.

Clinton M.
United States United States

reduce cramps

This, taken sometimes with training, but especially at night, has reduced my nighttime cramping significantly.

Ronald L.
United States United States

Helps with sleep

I’ve been sleeping noticeably sounder since taking this product.I’m not sure how taking this has or hasn’t helped with any gains or workout enhancement.

Kenneth W.
United States United States


I have been using Elitepro for several years now and I absolutely believe that it is critically important part of my daily regimen. I am 58 years old and I am still able to recover quickly after my workouts. It has also boosted my immune system as I am rarely sick. I am a lifetime drug free lifter and a true believer in Biotest supplements. At a body weight of 245, by the grace of God, I am still able to bench press over 500 lbs. After I have my left hip replaced, I will continue to squat and deadlift as well. Biotest supplements are quite simply the best on the market! Thank you very much for your outstanding quality supplements and customer service, Biotest!!!

United States United States

Good supplement

Provides a good portion of daily mineral requirements

Timothy H.
United States United States

What your body needs.

Have felt healthier since starting this supplement. Feels smoother in the gym. Give it a try for a month. You wont be disappointed.

Christopher G.
United States United States

Top notch product

As good as it gets

United States United States

All in One Works Better

Been visiting the Iron Church for over 30 years, fairly large, think NFL Linebacker size. So I sweat a lot, both with morning cardio and after work body building. If you take this product with your evening meal, you will get fair absorption and replenish the magnesium and zinc and such that you lose every day with high intensity work outs. Of course I'm no expert, but I feel like this helps me keep hitting the workouts every day. Lastly, instead of buying all the minerals individually this just helps to keep it simple and keep on training.

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