Chromium

what it does:

regulates blood sugar level, glucose metabolism (energy), synthesis of fatty acids, cholesterol metabolism

bodily parts affected:

blood, eyes, circulatory system, sperm formation

deficiency symptoms:

atherosclerosis, insulin irregularities, reduced effectiveness of insulin, opaqueness of cornea, depressed sperm formation

antagonists:

refined carbohydrates, iron

food sources:

molasses, brewer’s yeast, wheat germ, whole grains, cheese, black pepper, vegetables

Note:

Brewer’s yeast contains the most active and easily utilised form of chromium, known as chromium GTF (glucose tolerance factor)

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