The role of copper in the human body (by Martian Science)
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Copper is an indispensable micronutrient for human health and has an important effect on the development and function of blood, central nervous system, and immune system, hair, skin and bone tissue, as well as brain and liver, heart and lungs. Copper is mainly ingested from the daily diet. The World Health Organization recommends that, in order to maintain health, adult intake of 0.03 milligrams of copper per kilogram of body weight per day. Pregnant women and infants and young children should be doubled. Copper deficiency can cause a variety of diseases, can take copper supplements and pills to be added.
Copper in the human body content of about 100 ~ 150mg, serum copper normal value of 100 ~ 120mg / dl, is the human body content ranked second in the necessary trace elements. Copper-containing enzymes are tyrosinase, monoamine oxidase, superoxide, and so on. Copper plays an important role in the formation of hemoglobin and promotes the absorption and utilization of iron, which is important in the transmission of electrons, elastin synthesis, metabolism of connective tissue, phospholipid and nerve tissue formation.
Copper is the body of essential nutrients when the body lacks copper elements, it will cause a variety of diseases. For example, the lack of copper can cause, anemia, the most common clinical manifestations of dizziness, fatigue, easily tired, and tinnitus. Also, anemia can make skin and mucous membranes and nails’ colors pale. When people who are suffering from anemia do physical activity may feel a sense of shortness of breath and their heart beats faster and often in a way that is not regular. In the severe anemic level, even in the rest, you may hear a soft systolic murmur from top and bottom of the heart…
Copper deficiency may lead to osteoporosis, and fracture Also, it may lead to coronary heart disease and infertility. The lack of copper elements of the human body is terrible for human health.
Many natural foods are rich in copper, such as fish, lean meat, beans and milk, nuts and so on.. But when eating these foods should pay attention to health science, not overeating.