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Molybdenum
By James F. Balch, M.D. and Mark Stengler, N.D.
 
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Function: Active in enzyme systems involved with the metabolism of alcohol, uric acid, and sulfur

Sources: Meats, whole-grain breads, legumes, leafy vegetables, organ meats, and brewer's yeast

Deficiency Signs: None known, but the inability to detoxify sulfites (preservatives in foods) is reported.

Optimal Intake: 200 mcg

Toxicity: None reported

 
 
 
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