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What Is Molybdenum?

What Is Molybdenum?

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  • Molybdenum is a trace mineral found in unfiltered water, cheese, grains, leafy greens, nuts and liver
  • When plants fail to uptake molybdenum properly, potentially carcinogenic nitrosamines are produced because nitrate reductase, an enzyme, can't perform properly without molybdenum
  • Where there is little access to foods containing it, minimal dietary molybdenum is associated with esophageal and stomach cancers and other diseases

By Dr. Mercola

What's found in unfiltered water, cheese, grains, leafy greens, nuts and liver? If you said molybdenum, you're right, but few realize that this little-known trace element is crucial to nearly every life form on earth.


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