Copper Bisglycinate - a well-absorbed form of this important trace mineral
- an essential component of the antioxidant SOD
- important for connective tissue, heart, skin, and nerve health
- well-absorbed amino acid chelate
Copper is involved in a number of important enzymatic reactions related to the electron-transport chain, melanin production, serotonin and epinephrine metabolism, superoxide dismutase, and collagen stabilization. Clinical studies have shown copper deficiencies to be associated with hair loss, anemia, depression, dermatoses, diarrhea, fatigue, fragile bones, respiration impairment and weakness.