Molybdenum is an essential mineral that our body uses to break down proteins and other substances. We get molybdenum from the foods we eat, and its richest sources include peas, lentils and other legumes. It also occurs in cereals, fruits, vegetables, milk, cheese, offal and the water we drink.

The body uses molybdenum to break down macronutrients, other vital processes related to enzymes, iron metabolism and prevent the accumulation of harmful substances. In the human body, it is found mainly in the liver, kidneys, glands and bones. It can also occur in the skin, muscles, lungs and spleen.

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