[Effects of minerals] Manganese
Manganese is a mineral primarily involved in bone formation.
In addition, it is a nutrient that is a component of various enzymes and has the function of activating enzyme action.
It is also a necessary mineral for the metabolism of carbohydrates and lipids.
Mainly found in beans, nuts, seaweed and vegetables in general.
Since it is contained in various plant-based foods that you normally take in, there is almost no need to worry about a shortage of minerals.
Insufficient amounts may lead to poor bone development and reproductive disorders, so caution is required for those who have an unbalanced diet, such as eating only animal products.
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