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Source Naturals Copper Sebacate

SOURCE NATURALS - Copper Sebacate - 60 Tablets

$8.39

DESCRIPTIONCopper is important as a cofactor for many enzyme systems (including superoxide dismutase [SOD] and other antioxidants), as a catalyst in the synthesis of hemoglobin, and in collagen formation. Copper also helps in energy production, aids in iron metabolism, and protects nerve fibers.DETAILSPackage Description: 60 TabletsServing Size:...


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EIDON - Liquid Copper

EIDON - Liquid Copper - 19 fl. oz. (563 ml)

$34.48

DESCRIPTIONCopper is essential for both iron and zinc utilization, as well as for maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system. Copper, along with iron, is necessary to produce hemoglobin (the part of the red blood cell that carries oxygen from the lungs to all the cells in the body). Copper is necessary for normal development and mainten...


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Twinlab Copper Caps 2 mg

TWINLAB - Copper Caps 2 mg - 100 Capsules

$14.55

DESCRIPTIONTwinlab Chelated Copper Caps Capsules are easier to swallow and assimilate.Well tolerated by the most highly allergic individuals.DETAILSPackage Description: 100 CapsulesServing Size: 1 CapsuleNumber of Servings: 100FACTS Serving Size: 1 Capsule Servings per Container: 100 Ingredients: Amount Per Serv...


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Source Naturals Copper Sebacate

SOURCE NATURALS - Copper Sebacate - 120 Tablets

$15.40

DESCRIPTIONCopper is important as a cofactor for many enzyme systems (including superoxide dismutase [SOD] and other antioxidants), as a catalyst in the synthesis of hemoglobin, and in collagen formation. Copper also helps in energy production, aids in iron metabolism, and protects nerve fibers.DETAILSPackage Description: 120 TabletsServing Size...


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Nutricology Copper Sebacate

NUTRICOLOGY - Copper Sebacate - 75 Vegetarian Capsules

$19.56

DESCRIPTION Copper is an essential trace mineral responsible for a variety of enzymatic reactions in the body. Copper in sebacate salt form has been shown to restore the function of the copper enzymes tyrosinase, lysyl oxidase, and ceruloplasmin. Copper deficiency is uncommon because copper occurs naturally in many foods, and most of the...


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