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- Protects cells
- Produces hormones
- Strengthens immune system
- Strengthen cardiovascular systems
IN THE BODY
Inorganic Selenium is not absorbed as much as natural forms
of the mineral are.
A lack of Selenium may lead to heart disease, cancer, arthritis,
birth defects and cataracts.
Natural forms of Selenium can be found in meats from animal
organs and seafood.
- Women 55 mcg
- Men 70 mcg
- During pregnancy 65 mcg
- During lactation 75 mcg
Too much Selenium can result in hair loss, problems with your nails,
yuck mouth, nervous disorders and tiredness.
The presence of Vitamin E helps Selenium do its job.
To prevent cancer, cataracts and heart disease, supplements
containing Selenium can be used.
It is also used with people experiencing problems with asthma
and rheumatoid arthritis.
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