Copper

Copper is an essential mineral for survival. It is found in all body tissues and plays a role in the production of red blood cells, the maintenance of nerve cells and the immune system. It also helps the body absorb iron and plays a role in energy production. Copper destroys and inhibits the growth of microbes, fungi and bacteria, including E. Coli. Copper deficiency causes anemia.

Copper is essential for the formation of collagen, an essential protein in bone, skin and connective tissue. Copper is essential for the production of many enzymes, especially superoxide dismutase (SOD), which is one of the most effective antioxidants in the body. It can also help the body utilize stored iron and play a role in maintaining immunity and fertility. Copper contributes to the formation of melanin (a dark natural color found in hair, skin and eyes) and also supports consistent pigmentation.

  • It also helps in the formation of elastin and collagen - the basic protein of bones and skin
  • It supports the overall functioning of the nervous system.
  • It affects cholesterol levels
  • It works against osteoporosis.
  • Strengthens blood vessels, bones, tendons and nerves
  • Supports fertility
  • Ensures healthy hair and skin pigmentation
  • Promotes blood clotting.

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