Manganese in the body is primarily involved in the construction of connective tissue. Manganese has an important function in the release of insulin. The pancreas desperately needs it for the sugar metabolism. This makes manganese essential for the synthesis of proteins and fats. Other important functions in the body, which would be inconceivable without the vital trace element, are the formation of cartilage and bone and the formation of new glucose. If our body did not receive manganese, this would make growth in itself and the formation of cartilage and bones unthinkable. The urine cycle too and thus the cleaning of the body of residues and toxins would be unthinkable if the body were not supplied with sufficient manganese.
- Sugar metabolism
- Body growth
- Training of cartilage and bones
- Cleanses the body of toxins