Molybdenum & Vitamin C

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Molybdenum & Vitamin C

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Molybdenum is a trace mineral found in foods such as milk, cheese, cereal grains and leafy vegetables. The amounts found in these foods is dependent on the soil content for a particular area, modern farming practices can inhibit the amount of Molybdenum found in food sources.

Molybdenum is considered an essential mineral and works in the body to break down proteins and other substances. It functions as a component in several enzymes which are involved in alcohol detoxification, uric acid formation and sulphur metabolism.

Low intake of Molybdenum is associated with mouth and gum disorders. Deficiencies have also been associated with parental nutrition supplementation and sulphite sensitivities and impotence in older men.

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Usage

Ingredients

Servings

Take one drop per day (0.05ml) on an empty stomach for maximum effect. Or as recommended by your healthcare professional.

Once opened, consume within 300 days.

Ingredient Quantity NRV
Molybdenum (sodium molybdate) 200μg 400%
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 7mg 9%

Purified Water, Molybdenum (sodium molybdate), Vitamin C (ascorbic acid).

One 15ml bottle contains 300x 0.05ml (1 drop) servings.

Benefits of Molybdenum & Vitamin C

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Aids normal sulphur amino acid metabolism

Because the enzymes that are needed to detoxify sulphites are dependent on molybdenum, molybdenum supplements may help to prevent sulphite sensitivities and their associated symptoms, which can include increased heart rate, shortness of breath, headache, disorientation, nausea and vomiting.

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Aids normal function of the immune system

Vitamin C is thought to assist several cells within the immune system and help them perform their tasks, particularly phagocytes and t-cells.

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Assists normal function of nervous system

Vitamin C is an antioxidant and participates in numerous cellular functions. Neurons in the central nervous system have a high level of vitamin C and therefore require it to perform at its peak.