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How to use Coppers benefits for health

Updated: Feb 9

Benefits of Copper: recommended that adults get 900 mcg Copper is essential for adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production,. Together with iron, it enables the body to form red blood cells. It helps maintain healthy bones, blood vessels, nerves, and immune function, and it contributes to iron absorption. Support your immune system. Copper is a strong antioxidant, which works in the presence of the antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase to safeguard the cell membranes from free radicals. Prevent cancer, heart disease and other ailments. Involved in synthesis of myelin sheath surrounding the nerves. Enables creative thinking; develops neural pathways. Pigmentation of melanin in skin, hair and eyes

Wonder where the term "coppertone" came from? Sun protection.

Anti-aging Copper helps forms collagen and elastin. Anti-inflammatory , reduces symptoms of arthritis. Reduces Cholesterol Levels

Copper magnetic bracelet for men and woman


Store water in a copper container overnight to accumulate copper . Drink the water in the morning. This process removes fluoride and germs. Rich dietary copper sources include shellfish, seeds and nuts, organ meats, wheat-bran cereals, whole-grain products, and chocolate. Copper shoe insoles are also available to improve circulation.

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Copper used in wound dressings or socks helps enhance wound healing by increasing skin regeneration and has potent antimicrobial properties. Prevents skin infection, in wounds that lead to ulcers in diabetics. Tommie Copper compression wear helps athletes recover from excessive exercise. Zinc and copper compete with each other. Both should be taken together. Ten to one ratio is recommended. Antacids users need extra copper as well. Excess ascorbic acid, alcohol and sugar prevents Copper absorption. Talk to your doctor before taking supplemental copper if you have Wilson’s disease : copper accumulates in tissues of vital organs. It leads to low blood uric acid levels because the kidney excretes uric acid . This tells us copper has an effect on uric acid. Side effects of copper include metallic taste, salivation, nausea, vomiting , abdominal pain, seizure, bleeding , coma, liver and kidney damage. Now L-OPtiZinc


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