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Silicon

Silicon

Silicon is a mineral (a nonmetallic light element whose dioxide is silica) present in the connective tissues of the body such as tendons, cartilage, and blood vessels. The best known sources of silicon are hard drinking water and plant fiber.


References
Kirschmann, John D. Nutrition Almanac: Nutrition Search Inc. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1984.

 


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