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Analysis of Trace Elements

Recently, Bobbi found that her baby ate very happily. Is it because the trace element addition is enough?

The so-called trace elements, as the name suggests, are less content in the human body, but there are extremely important physiological functions. They are very proud to be taken only through food, so also they are called trace elements.

What are they? Human essential trace elements are also simple to say, only 8: iodine, zinc, selenium, copper, molybdenum, chrome, cobalt, iron.

Iron:

Hematoxylin absorption is better than non-heme iron; meat and vitamin C can promote the absorption of iron, phytic acid, oxalic acid, tannic acid, caffeine, theophylline and cellulases will hinder the absorption of iron; liver, lean meat, beans and seafood have high iron content and good absorption; for green vegetables, eggs, iron content is also high; the lowest is the dairy, the human milk iron absorption is Up to 50%.

Zinc:

At present, more than 50 kinds of metal enzymes have zinc, like the important body enzymes,—erythrocyte carbonic anhydrase, alkaline phosphatase and horseradish Peroxidase.

Zinc promotes cell division, growth and regeneration through the action of proteins and nucleic acids. Gustin in saliva has two zinc ions which play an important role on taste and oral epithelial cells; zinc involves in liver and retinal vitamin A reductase synthesis and affects children's intellectual development.

Copper:

In fact, it is a bit like zinc, which involves in the role of many enzymes to promote the absorption and utilization of iron, promote red blood maturation and release, affect the growth and development, reproductive function and intellectual development of body.

Iodine:

Symptoms of iodine deficiency are related to ages. Iodine deficiency can cause hypothyroidism, baby growth and development retardation, mental retardation and local cretinism. It is easy to supply iodine. Eat seafood is the best way, such as seaweed, kelp. There is a geographical phenomenon that coastal people rarely lack iodine, while iodine deficiency mostly occurs on mountain people.

Fluorine:

Its safety range is narrow, and overdose makes poisoning. However, it is indispensable to strong enamel, bone hardness and calcium/phosphorus use. If lack of fluoride, tooth enamel fluoro-apatite is not easy to form, its natural structure is not strong, and is easy to be eroded by micro-cattle, acid, enzymes and others.