Top 10 Foods Highest in Copper
A deficiency in copper can lead to weak bones, joint pain, vitamin b12 deficiency, iron deficiency, and anemia. High copper foods include seafood, mushrooms, tofu, sweet potatoes, sesame seeds, cashews, chickpeas, salmon, dark chocolate, and avocados. The current daily value (% DV) for copper is 0.9mg.
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