How Copper helps you

  • Necessary for the absorption & utilization of iron
  • Aids in the formation of red blood cells, hemoglobin and bone
  • Aids in energy production
  • Works with zinc & Vitamin C to form Elastin
  • Needed in the formation of collagen
  • Aids healing process & energy production
  • Needed for taste sensitivity
  • Needed for healthy nerves

Symptoms of deficiency may include: Osteoporosis, anemia, fatigue, skin rashes

Natural sources Since copper is used in cookware and plumbing, it is widely available to us.
Listed below are some of the main food sources for copper
Liver, shellfish, meats, blackstrap molasses, garlic, nuts, whole grains, lentils, raisins, mushrooms

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