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What minerals are contained in cedar nut oil and how are they useful?

What minerals are contained in cedar nut oil and how are they useful?

Minerals are biologically important components of inorganic origin that are necessary for the normal functioning of the body: the functioning of muscles and nerves, the strength of bones and teeth, the production of red blood cells, and many other tasks. Our body cannot produce minerals on its own, so they must be consumed through food on a regular basis. Cedar nut oil is a source of magnesium, manganese, copper, and zinc. These minerals are necessary for the normal functioning of the nervous system, strong immunity, detoxification of the body, and prolongation of youth.

Magnesium: benefits for the heart and nervous system

Magnesium is an essential mineral for the nervous system. It serves as a natural anti-stress factor, inhibits the processes of excitation in the central nervous system and reduces the body's sensitivity to external influences. In addition, it is a preventive agent for cardiovascular diseases as it normalizes the heart rhythm and lowers blood pressure.

Magnesium is also good for the musculoskeletal system. It eliminates muscle cramps and reduces joint pain. The fact that magnesium has a beneficial effect on bone growth makes it an indispensable mineral for children. Regular intake of cedar nut oil contributes to the harmonious growth and development of the child. [1]

Manganese: detoxification and hormonal background

100 grams of cedar nut oil contains more than half of the daily requirement of manganese. This mineral is involved in the absorption of a number of other nutrients, such as iron. This means that manganese deficiency inevitably entails a deficiency of other nutrients.

Manganese has a powerful detoxifying effect, removing pathogens from the body. That is why a solution of manganese is recommended to drink with foodborne illness. It is also necessary for the health of the endocrine system: it regulates the work of the gonads and is involved in the formation of the thyroid hormone, thyroxine. Scientists note that a modern person receives less manganese from the diet, so its additional intake as part of dietary supplements is very important.[2]

Copper: skin health and youth prolongation

Copper is involved in the antioxidant system of the body, as it is a cofactor for the enzyme superoxide dismutase. This enzyme is involved in the neutralization of free radicals. That’s why copper slows down the aging rates. Copper is also one of the nutrients required for collagen synthesis. Collagen is essential for maintaining youthfulness, firmness, and elasticity of the skin. Normal collagen production strengthens blood vessels and reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Copper increases the body's resistance to certain infections, binds microbial toxins, has anti-inflammatory properties, and alleviates the manifestations of autoimmune diseases (for example, rheumatoid arthritis). [3]

Zinc: immunity and wound healing

Numerous studies have shown that zinc is essential for the functioning of the immune system. It increases the production of interferons and protects immune cells from destruction. [4] Zinc deficiency can lead to increased susceptibility to viral diseases.

This mineral stimulates cell growth, so it speeds up wound healing. Just like copper, zinc is involved in the synthesis of collagen, the most important protein for skin strength and elasticity. International studies have shown that zinc reduces the activity of bacteria that cause acne and skin inflammation. [5]

Cedar nut oil is a source of several dozen useful nutrients. In addition to minerals, it is rich in vitamins, fatty acids, and amino acids. Due to this, regular intake of cedar nut oil has a complex positive effect on the body.


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[2] Freeland-Graves JH, Mousa TY, Kim S. International variability in diet and requirements of manganese: Causes and consequences.

[3] Sharif M, Rahman MA, Ahmed B, Abbas RZ, Hassan FU. Copper Nanoparticles as Growth Promoter, Antioxidant and Anti-Bacterial Agents in Poultry Nutrition: Prospects and Future Implications.

[4] S. I. Bikanasov, I. R. Safiulina, L. M. Gazdalieva. Mechanisms of antitumor activity of zinc ions.

[5] Mansooreh Momen-Heraviю The effects of zinc supplementation on wound healing and metabolic status in patients with diabetic foot ulcer: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.

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