Molybdenum is found in small amounts in the body.
Some functions of molybdenum are: assists several enzymes, metabolizes protein and carbohydrates.
Foods rich in molybdenum include: whole grains, legumes, nuts, dark leafy greens, potatoes, and green beans.
Manganese is found in small amounts in the body.
Some functions of manganese are: assists several enzymes, metabolizes protein, antioxidant, helps with bone structure and energy production.
Foods rich in manganese include: whole grains, leafy greens, berries, and pineapple.
B3 is also known as niacin and has two forms, niacin and nicotinamide or niacinomide. They are both found in food, but niacin is good for fat metabolism where as nicotinamide is good for anxiety and fatigue. Taking nicotinamide can cause flushing or red irritated skin.
Some functions of niacin are: breaks down amino acids, metabolizes of fats and carbohydrates, reduces cholesterol, helps nervous system and hormones.
Foods rich in niacin include: fish, meats, poultry, wheat germ, whole grains, prunes, dates, figs, and avocados.