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The same applies to selenium deficiency. Miracle Micronutrients (1987)For example, some shampoos contain selenium and others zinc. Miracle Micronutrients (1987)But all that selenium and zinc can't do a lot of harm. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Low selenium means high risk of cancer The positive effects of selenium may apply to us too. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)The meat also contains selenium, which is a vital nutrient for a healthy immune system. The Sun (2009)You should also consume more soya, cut animal fat and consider taking zinc and selenium pills daily. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It has the advantage of giving you iron for energy, and zinc and selenium for a healthy immune system. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Also, there are tentative claims that a selenium deficiency produced by low selenium intravenous "feeds "produces muscular pain. Miracle Micronutrients (1987)Vitamin E supplements are often found in combination with the trace element selenium. How to Lower High Blood Pressure (1994)They contain antioxidants selenium and vitamin E, which can help your body deal with jet lag. The Sun (2016)FISH and seafood are rich in zinc and selenium, an antioxidant that supports the body's immune system. The Sun (2011)The need for both selenium and vitamin E increases when tobacco in all forms is smoked, or during exposure to smoky atmospheres. Stay Well This Winter (1989)The minerals zinc and selenium, both needed for optimal fertility and a strong immune system, are similarly well represented in lean meat and again are easily absorbed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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