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Chromium is an essential mineral the body needs in very small amounts, but it plays a significant role in human nutrition. Small quantities of chromium are needed for glucose utilization by insulin in normal health. Severe deficiency seems to be extremely rare and has only been observed in hospital patients on long-term defined diets. Mild deficiency seems to be more common.

Also known as: Chromium Picolinate


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