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 SELENIUM


Selenium is required for many critical metabolic actions besides the selenodeiodinases, And present in all edible animals, and is easily absorbed from eggs in the diet.

Selenium is in addition present in all major seaweeds in physiologically significant amounts.

Selenium plays like its partner iodine an important role in thyroid

hormone metabolism, but apparently is not required by land plants

although some do concentrate it like some nuts.  No selenium, no thyroid hormone production and conversion of T4 to T3.

Men usually have a much higher selenium demand than women because, ike zinc, it is secreted in the male reproductive ejaculate, and must be

replaced to maintain ejaculate production and sperm fertility.

Check for selenium deficiency in males with fertility issues.

 

The Brazilian contains in average 50mg/nut

 

 

 

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