Molybdenum is an essential trace element required for the production of various enzymes. Without them, certain harmful substances would accumulate in our blood, causing serious problems. Like other trace elements, the molybdenum content of food is largely determined by the mineral content of the soil.
|Black beans||350 mcg|
|Beef liver||130 mcg|
|Cheddar cheese||24 mcg|
Molybdenum is necessary for the functioning of several enzymes that perform various tasks in our metabolism. These enzymes prevent certain molecules from accumulating in our blood and convert them into other, safer substances.