Selenium for your immune system

110 kr

21 in stock

21 in stock

Selenium as an antioxidant and immune booster. Selenium helps to protect cells from oxidative stress, contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system and is also important for hair and nails.

  • Important for the thyroid gland
  • Helps the immune system
  • Vegan

Dosage
1 tablet daily with meals.

Size of jar
60 tablets

 

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Antioxidant protection and thyroid health

The health benefits of selenium

Antioxidant function, immune booster and thyroid support. Selenium is a vital element that contributes to the normal functioning of the thyroid gland and the immune system. In addition, selenium acts as an antioxidant and immune booster, which means it protects the body’s cells. In Sweden, the soil is low in selenium and therefore vegetables grown in Sweden have low levels. The foods that contain the most selenium are fish, offal, nuts/seeds, milk, cheese and eggs.

The importance of selenium as a supplement

Given the role of selenium in cancer prevention, immune system function and other health benefits, it may be a good idea to ensure adequate intake through supplementation. Selenium is particularly important as an antioxidant and immune booster.

Antioxidant function

Selenium acts as a powerful antioxidant, protecting the body’s cells from damage caused by free radicals. This can help prevent chronic diseases such as heart disease and cancer.

Reproduction

Selenium plays a role in the reproductive system and may be important for both male and female fertility.

Selenium deficiency can reduce the quality and speed of sperm. Studies show that adequate selenium levels are important for sperm quality and motility. Selenium also helps to counteract oxidative stress in cells. Kurera writes about this in an exciting article.

Read the Kurera article here

Studies on selenium

A comprehensive overview of selenium from the Harvard School of Public Health, which includes information on its role in cancer, thyroid disease and cardiovascular disease.

https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/selenium/

A comprehensive overview of selenium from the Harvard School of Public Health, which includes information on its role in cancer, thyroid disease and cardiovascular disease.

https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/selenium/

A comprehensive scientific review published on NCBI that discusses the role of selenium in the human body, including its importance in regenerative processes, management of oxidative stress, and development of immunity to pathogens.

https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/selenium/