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- Regulates metabolism
- Strengthens bones, joints, blood vessels and skin
- Calms the nerves
- Allows for the formation of hemoglobin in red blood cells.
- Regulates the cardiovascular system
- Strengthens the immune system
IN THE BODY
The stomach and the small intestine stores and absorbs Copper
If your body is lacking the proper amount of Copper, the chances
for connective tissue defections,
anemia, problems with the nervous system and heart failure are
Natural forms of Copper can be found in meat, whole grain and
seafood. Also, when you are cooking,
Copper from the pots and pans you used is absorbed by the food
and ingested into the body.
1.5 to 3 mg's a day for men and women is a safe amount of Copper intake.
Taking too much Copper can lead to mental disorders, tiredness,
irritability, loose stool and
problems with your liver. Also, too much copper can cause joint
and muscle pain as well as
a higher level of blood flow during a woman's menstrual cycle.
Copper often mixes with Zinc when performing functions in the body.
Arthritis and heart disease can be treated and somewhat prevent with
the proper use of Copper supplements.
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