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NZ Herald: Essential elements

Peter Griffin posted in on July 20th, 2010.

Michelle Coursey writes in the New Zealand Herald about some of the nutrients we need every day, why we need them, and how to get them. The nutrients include iodine, selenium and iron. An excerpt: (read in full here) “Selenium “What is it? New Zealand is one of a group of countries that has very […]

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Salmon – a great source of selenium

Amanda Johnson posted in on December 11th, 2008.

Researchers at Massey University have compared a group of healthy volunteers who ate a 120g portion of salmon twice a week, with another group who took salmon oil in the form of capsules containing the equivalent amount of omega 3 fatty acids. Although both groups were found to have a similar level of omega 3 […]

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