(as Copper Gluconate)
Copper (Copper Gluconate) by definition is: a ductile malleable metallic element that is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity. In the human body, copper is a constituent of several enzymes and is found in combination with several proteins in the blood.
BENEFITS OF HAVING ENOUGH COPPER
- Helps in the conversion of iron into hemoglobin
- Stimulates the growth of red blood cells
- An integral part of certain digestive enzymes
- Makes the amino acid Tyrosine for pigmentation of skin and hair
- Essential for utilization of vitamin C
DEFICIENCIES OF COPPER MAY LEAD TO
- Weakness of the body
- Digestive disturbances
- Impaired respiration
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