Copper - 500 ml

Copper - 500 ml
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Copper is regarded as essential minerals, and there are abundant in foods with high iron content. The liver and brain contain copper but also in most other organs Copper is found.

A deficiency of copper in the body can lead to various disorders. The hemoglobin production is decreased by a deficiency of copper and a copper deficiency anemia can occur. A ungenügende supply of copper can lead to an insufficient use of iron. Numerous enzyme activities benötigen copper.

This allows the body to function properly it Requires a balance of copper and zinc. A Eingleichgewicht can lead to Drüsenproblemen. In persons with mental and emotional problems often too low or too high copper value is found. Copper is also great for Organschwächen such as kidney or liver failure.

Also, copper is required for strong iron deficiency.

Copper can also be externally for numerous skin problems or joint and muscle problems can be applied. 1/2 to 1 teaspoon daily and reach all Körperregionen.

Copper at:

Allergies, Druze transitions or the sub-function, lack of glucose tolerance, brittle veins, anemia, arthritis, high cholesterol (over which we discussed in a separate report), liver Zyrhose, kidney damage, herniated disc, parasites (see also Silver) strong Wutausbrüche, choleric, criminal behavior

Copper is a component of some enzymes that are involved in important metabolic processes such as the energy in the body cells, the formation of red and white blood cells, the structure of the connective tissue, pigmentation of the hair and the formation of a nervous system for the performance of the major carrier substance (noradrenaline). As part of the enzyme superoxide dismutase (SOD), copper supports the functioning of the body's immune system, detoxifying the body and protects the tissues from attack by free radicals. Copper in iron metabolism promotes the recycling of iron and its absorption by the intestine.

Deficiency: Low copper intake by daily food, recycling, and renal dysfunction, cortisone treatments, long-term zinc therapy and heavy metals (lead, cadmium, mercury, aluminum): Common causes of low copper content are. A copper deficiency can also be caused by large blood loss or are occasionally occurs in young children who are fed exclusively with cow's milk.

Possible consequences of copper deficiency include: anemia (anemia), fatigue, weakness, listlessness, loss of appetite, skin inflammation, disorders of the nervous system, inflammatory diseases (joints, respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract), hypothyroidism, and a lowered immune systems. An increased tendency allergy may also result in lower copper levels, as part of the copper diamine oxidase (DAO). In copper deficiency the activity of this enzyme is reduced histamine degradation ends, which leads to histamine to increase dietary intake has increased blood histamine levels.

Surplus: Too high copper levels in blood and tissues (Hyperkupriämie) are very often the cause of depression and insomnia. You can by chronic stress or inflammation, pregnancy, the use of the contraceptive pill or be caused by too much copper in drinking water or in multivitamin preparations. Even when lack of zinc, manganese or molybdenum and vitamin C, copper values ​​may be increased.

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