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Trace elements


Chromium is important for the regulation of cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Whole grain products, nuts, egg yolks, dates, molasses.


Iron is necessary for blood formation and the transport of oxygen into the tissues for energy production. Mussels, liver, meat, legumes, egg yolks, beetroot, cress, broccoli, raw cabbage, herbs (especially parsley).


Fluorine is important for tooth strength, caries protection, enzyme inhibition, drinking water, vegetables.


Iodine is necessary for normal thyroid function. Seaweed, seafood, soy, beet, onion, radish.


Copper is used for the formation of red blood cells and is for the transport of oxygen. Copper is important for the brain and nerves, improves the immune system and is involved in pigment metabolism. Found in wheat germ, yeast, nuts, dried fruits, fish, shellfish.


Manganese plays an important role in fat and carbohydrate metabolism, bones, teeth and connective tissue, and activates the liver. Comes in various vegetables and fruits, whole grains, legumes.


Molybdenum activates numerous enzymes, activates the immune system, prevents allergies and prevents bacteria from growing. Is in wheat germ, sunflower seeds.


Nickel is a protection of the cell nucleus, formation of energy reserves, sugar metabolism. Found in oats, whole grain rice, legumes, various vegetables.


Selenium protects against oxidation reactions, has antioxidant properties, plays a detoxifying role in the body and is involved in activating thyroid hormones. Found in yeast, eggs, meat.


Silicon strengthens the immune system, bone structure and wound healing. In raw, green vegetables, sprouts, fruit peels, bran.


Zinc is necessary for the build-up of the body's own proteins. Is necessary to maintain the normal metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, fats and to generate energy. In oysters, egg yolks, fish and seafood, oil, animal foods (especially cheese and offal).