Where are the numbers?
It's kinda important to me since it inhibits angiogenesis. How can I turn this on?
Hello @GKI_1 ,
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All my boxes are already checked.
So there's no way to know?
'Cuz if not, I'm going to supp it. The max (2000) is much higher than the dose and I haven't heard of any OD effects.
We use the DRIs recommended by the USDA based on your age weight and sex. You cna learn more about your targets for molybdenum here:
I read up on that yesterday. Cron's presets were exactly what I came upwith on my own: 45 - 2000.
I just bot a bottle of it and added it to my Diary and it showed up.
That's what I need.
I do, tho, wish it showed up from food too. But I understand it's not Cron's fault.
Molybdenum is a silvery-white metal that is ductile and highly resistant to corrosion. It has one of the highest melting points of all pure elements — only the elements tantalum and tungsten have higher melting points. Molybdenum is also a micronutrient essential for life.