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1. what exactly is molybdenum?
Molybdenum is an essential trace element. More specifically, it is a transition metal. You can find molybdenum everywhere in rocks and soils. There, the trace element is bound in molybdenum salts. Molybdenum performs important functions in the human body and has a total content of about 8-10 mg. Molybdenum is mainly found in the internal organs, skin and skeleton. Molybdenum is an important component of enzymes, which are essential for the production of genetic material (DNA and RNA). In addition, molybdenum is important for energy production and the breakdown of urea. The daily requirement of molybdenum is between 50 and 100 micrograms in women and in men.
2) How to recognize a molybdenum deficiency?
Molybdenum deficiency is very rare and is usually not diagnosed because the human body requires only very small amounts of molybdenum and there are usually adequate amounts in the diet. In cases where a molybdenum deficiency has been diagnosed, it can usually be treated by taking dietary supplements. Molybdenum deficiency may be indicated by various symptoms such as fatigue, dizziness, headache, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting. However, a definitive diagnosis of molybdenum deficiency can only be made through a blood or urine test that measures the levels of molybdenum in the body. If you suspect that you may have a molybdenum deficiency, you should see your doctor who can perform the necessary tests and recommend possible treatment options.
3. What symptoms indicate a molybdenum deficiency?
You can recognize a molybdenum deficiency by several symptoms. These include:
- Hair loss
- Sulfite allergies
- kidney stones
- low uric acid levels in blood
- Fertility problems
- degradation problems of sulfur-containing foods and amino acids
- in pregnancy: disturbed fetal development
4. molybdenum in the form of food supplements
In our online store you can buy our Vitamineule® molybdenum capsules, which are completely free of artificial additives and produced exclusively in Germany. The molybdenum capsules are highly dosed and contain only bioavailable sodium molybdate that can be particularly well utilized by the body. Molybdenum is one of the essential trace elements for the metabolism. It is a component of many enzymes and fulfills many important functions in the human body. The appropriate molybdenum capsules can be taken to prevent a deficiency. Our molybdenum capsules are produced in Germany without artificial additives. Each package contains 90 molybdenum capsules.
Vitamineule® Molybdenum Capsules
In our online store you can find our molybdenum capsules from Vitamineule®, which are completely free of artificial additives. Vitamineule® Molybdenum Capsules contain 200 µg of molybdenum from sodium molybdate. Each can contains 90 capsules. In addition to fast & free shipping, we offer a voluntary six-month return guarantee on all products.
5. conclusion: what exactly is molybdenum?
In this blog, you will learn more about what exactly molybdenum is and what the human organism needs molybdenum for. If you like to supplement molybdenum in the form of supplements, you can choose between molybdenum capsules and molybdenum tablets. Both forms are easy to use and enter the circulation quickly. For optimal intake, always stick to the recommended daily amount and discuss any changes with a doctor.
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