It is one of the most important minerals in the body; it participates in the good quality of the cartilages and the bones, and in the fight against the infections. It would also fight against inflammatory skin infections. Finally, it facilitates the absorption of iron.
The recommended dietary intakes are between 1.5 and 3 mg / day.
Copper is found in yeast, dried and oleaginous fruits, wheat germ, offal, crustaceans and shellfish.
Iodine is a very useful trace mineral for the body, especially for the thyroid, and is used to make various hormones, including thyroxine.
Our needs are about 150 microg / day in adulthood; iodine is always added to the salt to prevent deficiencies. The pregnant woman is particularly in need.
Iodine is found in marine algae, smoked herring, crustaceans, shellfish, seawater fish, watercress, cabbage.
This trace element is essential for the effectiveness of vitamin B1. A deficiency of manganese could alter the functions of concentration.
Our daily requirements for manganese are generally estimated between 1 and 3 mg.
It is found in whole grains, oleaginous fruits, watercress, cabbage, celery, pineapple, blackberries, blueberries.