Minerals, Health & Weight Loss
Most of us are not likely to suffer from Copper deficiency since much of our water supplies are contaminated by copper piping.
Good sources of Copper include
Liver, lean beef, wheatgerm, Brazil nuts, cashew nuts, butter beans, lentils, walnuts, peanuts, wholemeal bread, mackerel.
How Copper helps
Helps to protect against heart disease
Copper deficiency symptoms include
Recommended daily allowance for Copper
US RDA: 1.5-3mg
of a Balanced Diet
Solution: Follow a balanced diet that offers slow steady weight loss and includes advice on exercise. This Weight Loss Diet Program is a good choice.
For nutritional information on other minerals, click these links:
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