Fun fact: Manganese is part of the formation of the enzyme superoxide dismutase. Superoxide dismutase (SOD) is a powerful antioxidant that protects the mitochondria inside cells from damage.
• Component of many enzyme systems involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
• In combination with choline, it aids in the digestion and utilization of fat (lipids).
• Manganese helps to nourish the nerves and brain.
• It aids in the formation of connective tissue and bones
• Plays a key role in calcium absorption, and regulating blood sugar.
• Manganese is also necessary for normal brain and nerve function and the creation of sexual hormones.
Manganese is a micro-nutrient.
Or-ways products that contain Manganese
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% used are based on 19+ year old requirments
Figs (100g = 0.5mg 26% RNI)
Medjool Dates (100g = 0.3mg 15% RNI)
Prunes (100g = 0.3mg 15% RNI)
Burdock (Available soon)
Cloves (Available soon)
Eyebright (Available soon)
Nettles (Available soon)
Amaranth (100g cooked = 0.9mg 43% RNI)
Teff (100g cooked = 2.860mg 143% RNI)
Black Quinoa (100g cooked 0.6mg 32% RNI)
Red Quinoa (100g cooked = 0.6mg 32% RNI)
White Quinoa (100g cooked = 0.6mg 32% RNI)
Almonds (100g = 2.17mg 109% RNI)
Brazil nuts (100g = 1.22mg 61% RNI)
Walnuts (100g = 3.41mg 171% RNI)
Baobab (100g = 0.76mg 38% RNI)
Cayenne Pepper (100g = 2mg 100% RNI)
Hemp protein (100g = 14.70mg 735% RNI)
Kelp (100g = 0.64mg 32% RNI)
Black Maca (100g = 0.80mg 40% RNI)
Maca (100g = 0.80mg 40% RNI)
Red Maca (100g = 0.80mg 40% RNI)
Chickpeas cooked (100g = 1.030mg 52% RNI)
Beluga Lentils (100g = 1.30mg 67% RNI)
Brown Lentils (100g = 0.50mg 25% RNI)
Green lentils (100g = 1.30mg 67% RNI)
Red Lentils (100g = 1.30mg 67% RNI)
Chia seeds (100g = 2.723mg 136% RNI)
Hemp seeds (100g = 7mg 341% RNI)
Black Sesame seeds (100g = 2.40mg 123% RNI)
White Sesame seeds. (100g = 2.46mg 123% RNI)
Other good sources of Magnesium