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Molybdenum belongs to the micronutrients and is an essential trace element.

Molybdenum must be supplied through food, as the body cannot produce it itself. The intake of molybdenum sets various functions in the body in motion. But it is also used therapeutically, for example, pavement describes the following areas of application.

Burgerstein describes areas of application for molybdenum in certain diseases.

▽ Tumours: are almost always accompanied by a disturbance of the intestinal flora. This can be corrected with the correct dosage of molybdenum. It activates our intestinal flora and lowers intestinal gases. In this respect, a therapy with molybdenum is also used for

▽ chronic bloated belly

▽ gastro-intestinal flu/vomiting diarrhoea

▽ skin infections

Furthermore, a reduction of caries is observed with sufficient molybdenum intake. It also improves the processing of fluorine.



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Function of molybdenum

What does molybdenum do in our body?

Detoxification | Molybdenum not only has an antioxidant effect, it also ensures the breakdown of purines to uric acid and breaks down sulphurous compounds and toxic sulphites.

Taxi | In addition, it transports iron and ensures an optimal iron supply.



For people who do not tolerate dried fruit well, molybdenum support may help. Try it.


Daily requirement


Plantbased sources

These top 5 foods meet the daily requirement of 50mcg

  • 50g Legumes

  • 85g Red cabbage

  • 100g White beans

  • 125g brown rice

  • 165g Vegetables

Other foods (sorted by content, top to low)

Spinach (200g), potatoes, green beans, wholemeal wheat bread (320g)...



We are exposed to many toxic sulphites nowadays (smog, oil/coal heating, exhaust fumes...). With a molybdenum deficiency, these toxic compounds cannot be sufficiently degraded and lead to numerous symptoms.


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