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Friday, July 28, 2017


Nutrients for Pregnancy and Fertility

The only thing I think of when I hear "copper" is pennies and piping. However, copper is a nutrient found in some foods, and it may be crucial for fetal development. According to this article, it can help the nervous system and cell development.  Read more:

Three studies, published today, show that the nutrient plays a crucial role in the proper formation of
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organs and tissues in baby mice.

'All of us would bet very heavily that the same is true for humans,' said Professor Dennis Thiele, a biological chemist at the University of Michigan Medical School, whose findings are published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.

Copper-rich foods include chocolate, beans, lobster, crab, oysters and other shell-fish, spinach, red wine and peanuts.


Trace amounts of copper are present in all body tissues. It is needed to process oxygen, generate energy in cells, allow the nervous system to transmit signals, grow blood vessels and develop skin, tendons and hair.

'This is an area we really need to learn more about,' said Dr Gitlin. 'There could be some fascinating things going on there both nutritionally and genetically that we just don't understand.'

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