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MANGANESE


THE BREAKDOWN
  • Produces energy in the body
  • Maintains steady nerves
  • Strengthens bones
  • Helps metabolism


IN THE BODY
Of all the Manganese that is absorbed by the human body, only 3-5 percent is actually absorbed.


WITHDRAWALS
Although not common, some deficiency can help to bring about osteoporosis and diabetes.


NATURAL FORMS
Natural forms of Manganese can be found in nuts, whole grains, leafy vegetables, and yes, even in tea! The amount of Manganese in food varies on where that food was developed and grown.


DAILY DOSE
2·5 mgs of Manganese is enough to get you through your day.


OVER DOSAGE
It is almost impossible to overdose on Manganese.


AGENTS
If you have an excessive amount of Phosphorus, Magnesium, Iron, Zinc or Copper, this may prevent Manganese from being absorbed by the body.


SUPPLEMENTS
Tiredness, mental problems, epilepsy and diabetes can benefit from Manganese supplements.


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