Boron was once thought to be necessary only for plant life, but researchers have found that it plays a role similar to Vitamin D in animal and human health.
Role In Our Body
- Maintains health of our bones and joints.
- Maintains health of reproductive system.
- Helps maintain health of our brain.
- Increased risk of prostrate cancer.
- Lack of physical co-ordination.
- Weak short term memory. Poor concentration.
- Lack of Oestrogen in women. Osteoporosis.
- No known toxic effects below 100 mg daily.
Good Sources Of Boron
- Dried Apricots
- Peanut Butter