Cu

Copper is the third most abundant element in the body, after iron and zinc. Copper is found in many compounds of enzymes, is needed to produce red and white blood cells, and the body needs it to use iron effectively. Copper deficiency is very rare due to its abundance in foods and its easy absorption. Oysters, liver, nuts and whole grains contain copper.

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