What bioelements are
Bioelements are certain elements of the periodic table that conform to living beings, and that play important roles within the functioning of them. They are preferred by cells because of the chemical properties that have these elements, which is known as natural selection at the atomic level, and which changed over evolutionary time to the selection of elements that today governs life forms.
The deficiency of bioelements can cause imbalances in the body, causing malfunctions in the body. Species living in nature do not usually have this problem, but in humans, because of artificial diet, it is common to have imbalances in bioelements that tend to be compensated with vitamin supplements.
Not all organisms have the same biomolecular composition and there is biochemical diversity, but most incorporate very similar bioelements and are generally in similar proportions, as we will see below.