The Health Benefits of Copper Gluconate
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Copper Gluconate is a readily absorbable form of copper often used many nutritional supplements. First, lets talk about copper and the benefits of copper gluconate for your health.
Copper is a much needed mineral that is present in all bodily tissues. You should be aware though that, there are times when coppers concentration is higher than others. Let us illustrate, during growth spurts, copper will be more abundant and readily available in those developing tissues.
Benefits Of Copper Gluconate
We wil now talk about some functions and benefits of copper and copper gluconate?
A book we recently read on copper stated that copper is “one of the most important blood antioxidants and prevents the rancidity of poly-unsaturated fatty acids.”
Copper can also help keep cell membranes healthy and is “active in the storage and release of iron to form hemoglobin for red blood cells.”
Copper acts as an immune system booster, and it also plays a role in keeping nerves and bones healthy.
More potential benefits of copper gluconate include: helping reduce high cholesterol levels in humans, osteoporosis, wound healing, cardiac arrhythmia, hypoglycaemia, peripheral vascular disease, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis to name just a few.
All about Copper Gluconate
Precautions and Known Side Effects
Copper Gluconate can be toxic if taken in large excesses.
Average adults need about 2 mgs daily.
If you are a pregnant woman or nursing, or you are on any prescription medications, we advise you consult with your physician before taking copper supplements (or nutritional supplements of any kind, it is always better to be safe than sorry).
The Benefits Of Copper Gluconate: Tips On Choosing A Supplement
1. Make sure you get your copper gluconate supplements from pharmaceutical GMP compliant facilities, such places comply with the strictest manufacturing standards in the world. This is very important for all health consumers because nutritional supplements are largely unregulated in the U.S., and customers of health supplements only have a 1 in 5 chance of buying a product that has the actual amount of ingredients stated on the product label, or worse yet, one that is not contaminated with harmful toxins. This is an industry wide issued and should not be ignored if you want supplements that benefit your health, not impair it.
2. Be sure the product does not contain any fillers or additives (examples include: sugar, starch, gluten, silica (sand!) or any artificial colors or flavors of any kind.
By John Gibb