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Several minerals, such as calcium and iron, and possibly zinc, reduce the absorption of manganese.3 Of these interactions, the link to iron may be the most important. In one study, women with high iron status had relatively poor absorption of manganese.4 In another report of manganese/iron interactions in women, increased intake of “non-heme iron”—the kind of iron found in most supplements—decreased manganese status.5 These interactions suggest that taking multi-minerals that include manganese may protect against manganese deficiencies that might otherwise be triggered by taking isolated mineral supplements, particularly iron.
Certain medicines interact with this supplement.
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