It has been estimated that 80% of Americans are deficient of this vital mineral. Our highly refined diet is the culprit – refining grains removes about 75% of chromium.


To make the situation worse, there is also now a lack of chromium in our soils and water supply.

How Chromium helps

  • Works with insulin to metabolize sugar
  • Helps to stabilize blood sugar levels
  • Aids in the synthesis of cholesterol, fats and protein
  • May reduce cholesterol

Symptoms of deficiency may include Glucose intolerance – borderline diabetes, anxiety, fatigue, atherosclerosis, heart disease, obesity

Natural sources Brewers yeast, brown rice, wheat germ, meat, liver, cheese, whole grains

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