An essential trace mineral considered important for normal cell function and growth.
What is Molybdenum?
Molybdenum assists a small number of enzymes, the proteins that help chemical reactions occur in the body. The most important of these enzymes is sulfite oxidase, which is involved in the metabolism of amino acids (the building blocks of protein) that contain sulfur.*
Why is Molybdenum Important?
Molybdenum is considered important for normal cell function and growth. It’s found in legumes such as beans, lentils, and peas, as well as grains. Meat, fruits, and vegetables tend to be low in molybdenum.*
Recommended Dietary Allowance
Sources of Molybdenum
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