Last Updated on August 25, 2020
Despite the fact that few people have heard of molybdenum before, it is an essential trace mineral that most people should be aware of. In order to have specific chemical reactions occur in our bodies, it needs this mineral in small amounts. Despite the fact that much of the information about molybdenum is still shrouded in mystery, researchers have established a number of different factors.
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Where you find molybdenum
You can find molybdenum in our kidneys and liver in various concentrations. Researchers have also found molybdenum in our tooth enamel, but only in small amounts. Most people get enough molybdenum in their diet, provided that they have a well-balanced diet. You can find it in nuts, cauliflower, liver, leafy vegetables, potatoes, whole grains, and legumes.
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Molybdenum also ensures that the body can use iron optimally, it helps dictate the distribution far better. This is especially important, because in order to ensure our optimal health, we need iron to move oxygen throughout our system.
There is also a detoxifying effect to molybdenum, because it helps with our enzyme function. It is one of uric acids key components, which is a waste product of carbohydrate and protein metabolism. People who experience problems with molybdenum would benefit from the use of it, primarily because it can help promote their metabolic process.
Understanding the problems with candida
Before people are able to understand how molybdenum can help with candida relief, it is important to understand that candida continuously releases toxins into our body. Because the yeast feeds on sugars in our gut, it can release acetaldehyde – a neurotoxin that is released as a byproduct. Despite the fact that candida releases upwards of 79 toxins into our body, acetaldehyde is certainly the most important one that we will focus on here.
When it comes to our overall health and wellbeing, there is an entire host of detrimental effects attributed to acetaldehyde. It damages the membranes of our red blood cells (which means that they cannot provide oxygen as efficiently), it can negatively affect our respiratory systems, immune system, and endocrine system, and it even affects the brain, having been associated with mental fatigue and brain fog.
It is important to note that acetaldehyde does not leave the body. Unlike other toxins, it is not excreted. A buildup can lead to muscle aches, an overall sensation of weakness, and joint pain. This is all in addition to the aforementioned issues.
How molybdenum is able to help
The way that molybdenum is able to help with candida relief is because it can convert acetaldehyde into acetic acid. Just like any other toxin, the body is able to excrete acetic acid without too much problems. Alternatively, it is possible to convert acetic acid into acetyl coenzyme A. Acetyl coenzyme A is an essential part of our metabolism.
Help with die-off
Molybdenum is especially useful for candida die-off. Because of the flu-like symptoms and fatigue that patients undergo through candida die-off, molybdenum is able to offer relief rather quickly. According to studies done as early as 1991, those who took molybdenum were able to see improvements in the flu-like symptoms, sluggishness, aches and pains, and soreness. Sinus and nasal congestion becomes less, mental sluggishness disappears, the generalized musculoskeletal achiness improves, and the patient’s energy returns.
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In order to help with die-off, we need more molybdenum than we usually have in our body or get through our daily diet. Remember, the body is out of balance, it would mean that a larger amount than normal is needed to restore that balance. Fortunately, it is possible to get molybdenum in supplement form.