The Nutritional Health Benefits of Tungsten

Tungsten is a chemical element whose atomic number is 74. Tungsten can be cut with a hacksaw in an impure state. It is very hard and corrosion resistant. It is heave and is a steel grey transitional metal.

Tungsten can be found in the minerals wolframite (iron-manganese tungstate), scheelite, ferberites, and hubernite. The nutrient has strong physical properties. The nutrient has a higher melting point then any other non-alloy metal.

The biological role of tungsten has enzymes oxidoreductases that use tungsten similar to molybdenum by using it in a tungsten-pterin process.

In Fallon, Nevada urine tests of cancer patients and their families showed elevated levels of tungsten. The CDC however says that though there is no data available that actually makes that connection.

There isn’t that much information out there on Tungsten, however, it can be beneficial to ones health when combined with the correct nutrients. We have found out during our ten years of research in to nutrition and various alternative natural health supplements, that by taking certain nutrients with other nutrients needed, the therapeutic benefits can be elevated to extreme levels.

Not many supplement manufactures are aware of this however, and on top of industry wide problems such as toxic contaminants and the actual ingredients not being in many health products available, the actual products produced can be low quality. The only person that sufferers is sadly, you, the consumer.

To address such problems we advise you find a natural supplement manufacture that complies with pharmaceutical GMP compliant facilities, such places are the strictest in the world for the manufacture of dietary supplements.

We also recommend that you email the company to confirm if they have a certificate of analysis on file. This confirms that the listed ingredients are the nutrients contained in the product you are interested in purchasing.



Source by John Gibb