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Cr | Chromium

Chromium is an essential nutrient that occurs in the human body, particularly in trivalent form. As with other trace elements, the amount of chromium in foods is very low, and is affected by processing. Sources of chromium mainly include meat, eggs, whole grains, nuts, and some fruits and vegetables.‍ ‍Chromium has been shown to contribute to: Normal macronutrient metabolism Maintenance of normal blood glucose levels Precise information on the quantity of chromium in ManaPowder Origin can be found here. Precise information on the quantity of chromium in ManaDrink Origin can be found here.‍ Mana is nutritionally complete food. Enjoy it as part of a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Sources: Tolerable upper intake levels for vitamins and minerals, Scientific Committee on Food, Scientific Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition...

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Se | Selenium

Selenium is necessary for many biochemical processes in the human body. It is part of many enzymes with antioxidant properties. It also helps the body defend itself against oxidative stress, allows the regulation of thyroid hormones, and keeps immunity up. The main plant sources of selenium are nuts (especially Brazil nuts), whole grains, and brown rice.‍ ‍Selenium has been shown to contribute to: Normal spermatogenesis Maintenance of normal hair and nails Normal immune system function Normal thyroid function Protection of cells from oxidative stress ‍Precise information on the quantity of selenium in ManaPowder Origin can be found here. Precise information on the quantity of selenium in ManaDrink Origin can be found here. Mana is nutritionally complete food. Enjoy it as part of a balanced and healthy...

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Mn | Manganese

Manganese is most notably found in cereals, rice, nuts, and some teas. In the human body, it plays an important role as a cofactor for some enzyme systems. The recommended daily intake of manganese is currently not specified, but the US National Research Council estimates that a safe and adequate intake for an adult human is between 2 and 5 mg per day, while the EFSA estimates it to be between 1 to 10 mg per day. Manganese contributes to: Normal energy-yielding metabolism Maintenance of normal bones Normal formation of connective tissue Protection of cells from oxidative stress ‍Precise information on the quantity of manganese in ManaPowder Origin can be found here. Precise information on the quantity of manganese in ManaDrink Origin can be found here....

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Fe | Iron

Iron is responsible for several vital bodily functions, such as oxygen transportation. It is part of the hemoglobin molecule, which binds to oxygen, hence its distribution from the lungs to the rest of the body. Iron is also essential for red blood cell formation and is a part of enzymes, in particular cytochrome, where it serves as an electron carrier. Iron is therefore a carrier of energy within cells.‍ ‍Iron contributes to:‍ Normal cognitive function Energy-yielding metabolism Normal formation of red blood cells and hemoglobin Normal transfer of oxygen throughout the body Normal immune system function Reduction of tiredness and fatigue Cell division ‍Precise information on the quantity of potassium in ManaPowder Origin can be found here. Precise information on the quantity of...

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Zn | Zinc

Zinc is present in all bodily tissues and fluids, and forms an essential part of many enzymes that play a role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and lipids. The presence of zinc in enzyme molecules is essential primarily for the catalytic function thereof, yet it also contributes to the fixation of their spatial structures. The main natural sources of zinc are whole grains, nuts, some legumes, asparagus, and eggs.‍ ‍Zinc contributes to: Normal cognitive function Normal DNA synthesis, fertility and reproduction, cell division Normal metabolism of acids and bases, micronutrients, and vitamin A Normal protein synthesis Maintenance of normal bones, hair, nails, and skin Maintenance of normal blood testosterone levels Normal immune system function The protection of cells...

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