amino acids keep chromium from precipitating in the small intestines
Chromium is involved in the production of glucose tolerance factor
Fat and cholesterol metabolism use fairly high levels of chromium
ESADDI - 50-200 mcg qd
ODI - 300-900 mcg qd
Brewer's yeast (not nutritional yeast), oysters, calf liver
long term - glucose intolerance, elevated cholesterol and triglycerides
hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia - sugar depletes chromium
increasing lean body mass
acne - useful when related to glucose intolerance
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