Updated: Nov 1, 2020
Copper is good for you.
Getting enough copper in your diet is key for brain development an for a healthy nervous system. It is also required for blood vessel formation, a healthy heart, collagen production, and healthy bones and teeth.
Copper was first used roughly around 10,000 years ago. Ancient Kemetians (Egyptians) used copper to heal wounds and also on their skin. They also made jewelry, food utensils and more using copper.
Because we don't produce copper naturally, we must receive it from supplements of foods such as oysters, spinach, kale, chickpeas, mushrooms and lentils.
Cooper is composed of antimicrobial properties, which is why copper is referred to as a contact killer for viruses and bacteria.
Copper is known for killing microbes and has been shown to help limit the spread of salmonella, influenza and E.coli.
Copper is known to repel COVID-19.
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