Health Benefits of Copper

Health Benefits of Copper


subscribe to our YouTube channel and press the bell icon for latest updates health benefits of copper Road health copper plays an important role in ensuring the proper function of the thyroid gland however an excess amount is also a major cause of thyroid malfunction so you need a very balanced level of copper in the blood or else hormonal activity will be unbalanced and you can develop symptoms of either hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism melanin production copper is an essential melanin which is the dark pigment that determines the color of your skin by the amount present in your skin cells melanin is also responsible for dark hair and eyes even people with fair skin and other features have melanin in their cells because copper is so essential to melanin production a deficiency of copper can cause skin to look less than healthy and inadequate copper intake has also been associated with premature grain of the hair circulation copper helps your body absorb iron from food and other sources in your intestines and release it is needed to essential organs like the liver copper regulates blood flow and improves your circulation by maintaining iron levels in your blood thus aids your body in maintaining a healthy red blood cell count and adequate oxidation in your internal organs prevents anemia or low iron levels copper and iron work together in the synthesis of hemoglobin and red blood cells according to studies copper plays a part in the absorption of iron from the intestinal tract and it helps iron to be released into the liver which is where it is primarily stored iron from food sources and supplements to is used to create red blood cells when copper deficiency occurs iron levels fall too short and anemia can develop which is a disorder caused by iron deficiency anemia caused his symptoms like fatigue muscle aches digestive problems and impaired brain function relief’s inflammatory pains due to copper strong anti-inflammatory properties drinking copper rich water can provide relief to arthritis and joint pain it has also been shown to be beneficial for reducing headaches and fatigue as copper is also a mineral that is needed for bone building it helps reduce the duration and inflammation of bones that can lead to osteoporosis skincare copper is an important nutrient that plays a significant role in the synthesis of hemoglobin myelin body pigment melanin and collagen it helps to protect the myelin sheath surrounding the nerves and is also actively involved in the production of elastin an element of connective tissue that keeps the skin flexible this also keeps your skin from looking older by keeping it flexible and less prone to sagging and wrinkles proves brain function and health copper leached into your can synthesize phospholipids that help in the formation of myelin sheath nerve coating this helps the neurotransmitters to transmit signals faster and with more efficiency it improves brain function and health acts as a brain stimulant and can prevent seizures due to its anti convulsive properties indigestion if you are having digestive issues you might want to consider looking into how much copper is in your diet copper has antibacterial properties which help the good bacteria in your gut fight off the bad bacteria an important mechanism for maintaining proper flora balance in your digestive system it is also great for healing stomach ulcers due to the combination of anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties prevents bone loss it can also slow down bone loss and osteoporosis and older women when taken in conjunction with other key vitamins including zinc calcium and manganese copper has bone strengthening properties and its collagen forming qualities encourage strong bones and connective tissues creases energy production copper is essential for the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate which is an energy storehouse of the human body the cup Rose I’m cytochrome C oxidase effects intracellular energy production it acts as a catalyst in the reduction of molecular oxygen to water during which the MZ produces an electrical gradient used by the mitochondria to synthesize the vital energy storing molecule ADP therefore when we have enough of this element in our bodies we will have enough functional and accessible energy to get through the day without feeling lethargic or tire thank you for watching

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