Copper is an essential constituent of many important bodily enzymes. Most people receive sufficient amounts of copper in their diet and too much of this mineral can produce free radicals, like iron. However, it is recommended for those consuming high doses of zinc or high levels of fructose to increase their copper intake. Individuals consuming more than 50 mg of zinc daily and/or a high level of fructose are advised to supplement their diet with 2 mg of copper several times per week. If this product is taken for an extended period of time, be aware of your need for other minerals, especially zinc and iron.
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