(NaturalHealth365) North Americans are famously deficient in a number of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin D, magnesium, omega-3 fatty acids, iron, and B vitamins. Fortunately, selenium deficiency is relatively rare in the United States, although an estimated 1 billion people throughout the world are lacking in this important nutrient. Read more:
(NaturalHealth365) Could something as small as trace minerals really offer that many health benefits? Research strongly indicates yes. For example, selenium levels in your body heavily influence the strength of the immune system and overall well-being.
A recent 2018 study published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Nutrition Health & Aging reveals exactly how powerful this tiny mineral really is, whether you get it through your diet or in a supplement form.
February 1st, 2019 By Dr. Edward F. Group Guest writer for Wake Up World Selenium (Se) is a trace mineral that supports your body in many ways. It contributes to reproductive health, thyroid health, and helps reduce DNA damage due to its antioxidant nature in certain forms. Nuts, seeds, beans, and some vegetables are rich in selenium, but you can also take this essential micronutrient in supplement form if your diet falls short……Read more