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MOLYBDENUM


THE BREAKDOWN
  • Breaks down protein and waste
  • Detoxifies alcohol
  • Heightens Iron proficiency
  • Breaks down carbohydrates


IN THE BODY
About 90 percent of all Molybdenum is absorbed by the body.


WITHDRAWALS
The only affects of withdrawals are found in people who are being fed intravenously. If you are experiencing symptoms, they would most likely be headaches, night time blindness, anemia, mental disturbances and vomiting.


NATURAL FORMS
Natural forms can be found in dairy products, bread, beans, liver and cereals. The amount often depends on where the product is grown.


DAILY DOSE
75 - 250 mcg a day is an adequate amount for daily use.


OVER DOSAGE
Pain in the joints, anemia, loose stool and weight loss can all occur if you take too much Molybdenum.


AGENTS
Molybdenum must compete with Iron to be absorbed in the body.


SUPPLEMENTS
When the Copper level in the body is too high, a supplement of Molybdenum can be used to treat the condition. In areas of the world where there is a low level in the soil, supplements have been used to treat these cases.


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