Lipid-bound Selenium
Like all essential trace minerals selenium serves myriad functions. Of particular note here:
Food sources of selenium include pasture-raised eggs, mushrooms, shellfish, meat (including organ meats), as well as seeds.

Although most Americans get the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of selenium, the late Dr. Gerhard Schrauzer, a world renowned expert and researcher on selenium, said in a 2010 interview: “…for effective cancer risk reduction, selenium supplementation at reasonable levels in adults for example, 100-200 mcg per day, should begin as early as possible and be maintained over the entire lifespan.”

One drop of Lipid-bound Selenium provides 133 mcg. Three drops of Lipid-bound Selenium proves 399 mcg. 400 mcg per day is considered safe upper limit of supplemental selenium.
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