Copper

What is it?

Copper is an essential trace element involved in many enzymatic reactions.

What are the health benefits?

  • Contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system
  • Contributes to normal hair pigmentation
  • Contributes to the normal transport of iron in the body
  • Contributes to the protection of cells against oxidative stress

In which foods?

– Dark chocolate (1,6 mg/100g)

– Walnuts (1.1 mg/100g)

– Cooked shrimp (0,68 mg/100g)

Things to know!

Copper bisglycinate is a chelated form, meaning that the copper atom is protected by an amino acid structure. It should be noted that copper in chelated form benefits from a better absorption.

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