Manganese - Benefits, Deficiency Symptoms And Food SourcesWhat is Manganese?
The Manganese mineral is one of the families of trace minerals. In the human body it needs a small amount of it. However, Manganese is one of the more essential minerals which depends on different body structure and there requirmentas. The uses of mangeanes depents on two types, first is a micronutrient that you don't hear much about. But manganese, which has antioxidant, free-radical-fighting properties is very important for proper food digestion and for normal bone structure.
Uses and Benefits of Manganese
Deficiency Symptoms of Manganese
Recommended Dosage of ManganeseThe daily amount of manganese for different ages of person is as follows:
Rich Food Sources of Manganese
Leafy vegetables, whole grains, nuts, pecans, almonds, peanuts, brown rice, whole wheat bread, pinto, Lima and navy beans, spinach, sweet potatoes, avocados, eggs and pineapple are all excellent sources of manganese. Dietary components that may adversely affect manganese absorption, retention or excretion include iron, phosphorus, phytates, and fiber, calcium, copper, and polyphenolic compounds. Other manganese sources include both green and black tea. However the tannins present in tea can impair the body's ability to fully absorb the manganese mineral.
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