Copper Is Essential For:
- RNA formation
- Healthy immune system
- Strong bones
- Enzyme formation
- Healthy Zinc and Molybdenum levels
- Increased Iron assimilation, to form hemoglobin and red blood cells
- Graying hair may indicate a deficiency.
Copper supports so many body activities, that your requirements may exceed the amount in your diet. Because this supplement is in ionic form, you get maximum absorption. Fewer milligrams needed, because absorption is more complete.
This mineral activates thyroid hormones, for use in controlling your metabolism. It influences protein metabolism. And it influences how your body perceives pain because it is a necessary part of enkephalin production. It improves vitamin C oxidation.
Copper and Zinc must balance in approximately 7 parts Zinc to 1 part Copper. Low Zinc may limit the amount of Copper you can absorb. Excess Copper (over that ratio) may be perceived as toxic. Therefore, Zinc and Copper need continuous balance.
This mineral is found in all parts of your body. It’s concentrated in your liver, heart, kidneys, brain, bones, muscles and blood.
Copper is an essential element for life. It is a required part of protein structure. It has roles in critical biological functions that include enzyme activity, oxygen transport, cell signaling and oxidation-reduction (redox) reactions (free-radical scavenging)—which are all processes that are really important to good health.
Absorption, excretion and bioavailability of copper concentrations are closely regulated. Remember the 1 part copper to every 7 parts of zinc ratio? Every one part of copper requires that 7 parts of zinc are present. When not enough zinc is present, and even though the body needs more copper for its daily activities, any ratio “excess” of copper is rejected and moved out of the body. The liver is the primarily regulator of copper status in the body, controlling copper distribution to body tissues and serous fluids and the excretion of excess copper into the bile.
There are many key copper proteins made by the body, like Cu/Zn-superoxide dismutase (SOD1) (think–body produced antioxidants!) and tyrosinase (think–skin and hair protection and color). All require the presence of copper. No other metal can functionally substitute for copper in these and other life supporting copper proteins.
Daily copper-supported activities include free radical scavenging, healthy red blood cell production, stem cell production, optimal iron metabolism, healthy new connective tissue production, pigment formation for healthy color of skin and hair, and healthy immune responses.
Reverse osmosis water and water-soluble Ionic Copper.
50 +/- parts per million water-soluble Ionic Copper
Serving Size: 1 teaspoon (5ml)
Calcium: 0.25mg (28% daily value, based on 2000 calorie diet)
200 +/- parts per million water-soluble Ionic Copper
Serving Size: 1/4 teaspoon (1.2ml)
Calcium: 3.5mg (<1% daily value, based on 2000 calorie diet)
Soy, gluten, GMOs, preservatives, stabilizers, sugar, stabilizers, yeast, meat, milk, fish, shellfish, eggs, plants, grains, coloring.
Vegan and Hypoallergenic. Kosher of America approved. PAREVE certified.
Directions for Use
Dilute in liquid.
Adults take 1 teaspoon (5ml) daily.
Children under 4 take 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon (1.2ml to 2.5ml) or as directed by your health care professional.
Adults take 1/4 teaspoon (1.2ml) daily.
Children under 4 take 1/16 teaspoon (0.3ml) or as directed by your health care professional.
One bottle lasts 4 times longer than regular strength.
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Do not mix with other supplements. Consult a physician before using this product.
Refrigeration is not required. Store in a cool dark place away from children.
Copper supports RNA formation, strong immunity and bones, helps enzyme formation, and increases iron absorption to make red blood cells. Graying hair may indicate a deficiency.