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Solgar Chelated Molybdenum 100 Tablets

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SOLGAR CHELATED MOLYBDENUM TABLETS is a high quality health food supplement

Product Description

Solgar Chelated Molybdenum 100 Tablets - Products fact sheet


Each Solgar Chelated Molybdenum Tablets typically provides:

Calcium (as dicalcium phosphate)

85 mg

Molybdenum (as molybdenum amino acid chelate)

150 mcg

Tableted with these additional natural ingredients: Dicalcium Phosphate, Vegetable Stearic Acid, Vegetable Cellulose, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate.

Solgar Chelated Molybdenum Tablets does not contain Sugar, Salt Starch, Corn, Yeast, Soy, Wheat, Dairy Products, Preservatives, Artificial Flavors or colors.

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Shipping Weight:

0.33 lbs (0.15 kg)

Precautions: If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medication or have a medical condition or have frequent diarrhea, please consult your healthcare practitioner before taking any Solgar Chelated Molybdenum Tablets supplement.

Storage Instructions for Solgar Chelated Molybdenum Tablets: To assure freshness and potency of this supplement product, store at room temperature 15°-30°C (59°-86°F). Store supplements away from heat, light and moisture. Do not use if neck seal is missing, torn or damaged in any way.

Solgar Dosage suggestions for this Chelated Molybdenum Tablets supplement:

As a food supplement for adults, take one (1) Solgar Chelated Molybdenum Tablets, daily with juice or water in between meals, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.


General information about the ingredients used in this supplement product:

(This is NOT product specific and is only listed as educational material)

Molybdenum is an indispensable trace mineral present in human nutrition. Molybdenum is helps in purine degradation and formation of uric acid. Molybdenum form oxides and is a constituent of a pterin coenzyme and it is necessary for the activity of xanthine oxidase, sulfite oxidase, and aldehyde oxidase. Molybdenum is a part of several significant interactions that lead to detoxification of the liver. Molybdenum is concentrated principally in the liver, kidney, bone, and skin. The absorption of molybdenum takes place readily in gastrointestinal tract, and excreted out through the urine.

Functions of Molybdenum:

Molybdenum works as a co-factor for numerous enzymes that perform vital chemical transformations in the carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur cycles. Molybdenum is the cofactor for human enzymes, including xanthine oxidase, sulfite oxidase, and aldehyde oxidase. Xanthine oxidase is generally found in the liver and not freely in the blood. Sulfite oxidase is in charge of breaking down sulfites and it is also significant in the sulfation of various compounds, particularly in the brain. Genetic deficiency of sulfite oxidase may lead to neurological abnormalities, mental retardation and, in several cases, attenuated growth of the brain. Aldehyde oxidase is a molybdenum cofactor containing soluble enzyme present in the liver and other tissues and it is involved not only in the oxidation of aldehydes to carboxylic acids but also in the oxidation of nitrogen containing heterocyclic complexes and the reduction of nitro-aromatic compounds, isoxazole, and isothiazole ring systems. Molybdenum is a catalyst of liver detoxification. Molybdenum is also connected in breaking down amino acids and the production of waste products for excretion in the urine. Molybdenum is a part of the chemical reactions that form bone, cartilage and blood.

Symptoms of Molybdenum Deficiency:

The requirement of molybdenum in the body is relatively small, and the deficiency of molybdenum usually does not take place in natural situation. Molybdenum deficiency has also been reported as a result of non-molybdenum supplemented total complete intravenous feeding for long periods of time. Molybdenum deficiency results in high blood levels of sulfite and urate, in much the same way as molybdenum cofactor deficiency.

Good Food Sources of Molybdenum:

The quantities of molybdenum in foods derived from the plants differ considerably and are dependent upon the mineral composition of the soil. The higher the levels of molybdenum in the soil, higher its concentration in the crops grown in it. Legumes, such as beans, lentils, grains, and peas, are good sources of molybdenum.


If you have any questions regarding the Chelated Molybdenum Tablets food supplement or daily dosage please write to us:

Notice: Please remember that all Solgar Chelated Molybdenum Tablets and other health food supplement products should never replace a varied diet. Supplements should only be seen as a complement to prevent deficiency symptoms and promote general health benefits and well-being, but never as a replacement for healthy eating habits.

Safety Note: To avoid side-effects never exceed the daily dosage recommendations for this Chelated Molybdenum Tablets supplement. Always discuss with your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking prescribed medications before you begin any Chelated Molybdenum Tablets supplement programs, as interactions and side-effects can sometimes occur. Some medications can also reduce the absorption of Chelated Molybdenum Tablets supplements. Also keep in mind that food supplements should always be kept out of reach of young children.

Disclaimer: The product ingredient description on this page is from the manufacturer and has not been evaluated by This Chelated Molybdenum Tablets product is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease or medical condition. does not imply any medical claims from the customer reviews on Solgar Chelated Molybdenum Tablets found on this website.

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