MindZBlog — Copper as a Metal

How much copper do you need every day to stay healthy

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Copper is a vital mineral found in all our body tissues. It is an essential component of many enzymes found in the body. Some of the common symptoms of copper deficiency may include: • Hypochromic anemia • Neutropenia • Bone abnormalities • Impaired immune functions • Altered cardiovascular and pulmonary functions. Copper deficiency is more common in children as compared to adults and often results in skeletal abnormalities and deficiency of red blood cells, which […]

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The pros and cons of different types of cookware

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There is a wide variety of cookware available in the market and it may surprise you that each of them has a bunch of pros and cons in terms of health. Some of them add to the nutrient value of the food while some other may deplete it. Below we have discussed some pros and cons of the most commonly used cookware. 1. Copper- Copper pots and pans heat up in a moderate and stable […]

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Copper Toxicity- Do you suffer from the same

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Copper is one of the most important trace minerals which are essential for maintaining a proper health of all living things. Copper is required for the proper functioning of all the organs as well as the metabolic processes. Copper is also a vital trace element which is required by the enzyme systems (enzymes are responsible for several metabolic activities necessary for sustaining life). For instance, enzymes are necessary during the cellular activity for cell regulation […]

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Amazing health benefits of wearing a Copper Bracelet

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It has been considered that wearing a copper bracelet has therapeutic effects on the body. Records have been found for as old as the Egyptian civilization to prove the usage of copper for the same purpose. Pure copper bracelets have long been considered for their invisible therapeutic properties such as easing pain and inflammation. Unless you are not allergic to the metal, copper bracelets or rings can be worn to improve the immunity and energy […]

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Why is copper a preferred metal for various industrial uses?

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The red metal, copper is the most electrically conductive metal out of all. The electrical properties of the metal combined with its malleability and ductility has favored it to become an important aspect of the telecommunication world. Physical properties of copper Strength- Copper is comparatively a weak metal with a low tensile strength. This is why copper is easily formed by hand and is not a good choice for creating structures. Toughness- Copper may not […]

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