Our chromium is present in chromium picolinate form (12%), the form beneficial to health.
Blood sugar levels and weight
Brewer's yeast, veal liver, egg yolk, chicken liver, pepper, rolled oats, broccoli, gruyère, green beans, mushrooms, asparagus, etc.
Chromium is a micronutrient that plays a vital role in the metabolism of carbohydrates and lipids. It helps in the metabolism of macronutrients to maintain normal blood sugar levels
- in the metabolism of macronutrients
- to maintain normal blood sugar levels
According to some studies, chromium could have a positive influence on weight gain related to issues metabolising carbohydrates and/or insulin. Present in sufficient quantities, chromium could lead to a decrease in fat production.
The recommended daily dose is from 0.05 mg to 0.2mg (which is 50µg to 200µg)
Higher needs can be observed in the elderly, pregnant women and breastfeeding women.