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Updated 14 February 2013

New research on molybdenum

If your diet is rich in refined foods and low in sources of molybdenum, such as cereals and vegetables, or for people who eat vegetables grown in soils depleted in molybdenum, such as where the water is very soft, molybdenum supplementation as part of an antioxidant combination is recommended.

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If your diet is rich in refined foods and low in sources of molybdenum, such as cereals and vegetables, or for people who eat vegetables grown in soils depleted in molybdenum, such as where the water is very soft, molybdenum supplementation as part of an antioxidant combination is recommended.
 
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