Help Boost Immunity with Selenium Supplements

Selenium is vital in the production of the enzyme glutathione peroxidase, which is part of the body's primary internal antioxidant defense system. Fruit, vegetables, meat, bread and nuts are good sources of Selenium vitamins, but depleted levels in the soil in which they’re grown may not deliver enough of this trace mineral. Seafood is another good source of Selenium, but you may not eat enough fish to benefit. Scientists are still determining whether low selenium levels contribute to a decline in brain function in the elderly, as Selenium levels within the healthy range can decrease as you age. Though required in small amounts, Selenium supplements are a simple and easy way to ensure you receive enough.

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