Minerals, like vitamins, are only required by your body in small quantities. I have listed some food sources of the more common minerals.
Sodium (salt) is found in nearly all foods. Common sources include celery, parsley, carrots, brown rice, dried fruits and most fruits and vegetables.
Potassium (salt) is found in nearly all foods. Common sources include celery, cucumber, lettuce, cabbage, parsley, cauliflower, tomatoes, beetroot, chick peas, bananas, oranges, peaches, rice bran and wheat bran.
Iron is found in red meats and also in prunes, raisins, currants, grapes, plums, bananas, unprocessed bran and greer, leafy vegetables.
Calcium is found in all non-fat dairy products and also in cabbage, parsley, watercress, horseradish and unprocessed bran.
Phosphorus is found in unprocessed bran, oatmeal, beans, lentils, garlic, sweet com, artichoke hearts, sweet potatoes, potatoes and dried fruits. Small quantities are found in fresh fruit.