If you want to learn more about copper and all its properties, head over to our nutrition and personal care online store where you’ll find a whole range of information and copper supplements on offer.
Your immune system will appreciate the extra help, and with our in-house manufactured EssentialSeries line, you can be assured of getting your copper bisglycinate (glycine and copper salt) supplement – and all its different combinations – at the price and with the quality you deserve.
What does a Copper supplement provide?
Copper is a trace element that plays an important role in the body, performing various everyday functions, and we need to ensure we always have optimum quantities in our body.
Copper has a number of beneficial effects and contributes to:
- Helping enzymes support normal iron transport processes in the body.
- Maintenance of connective tissue.
- Normal energy metabolism.
- Normal nervous system function.
- Normal hair pigmentation.
- Normal skin pigmentation.
- Normal immune system function.
- Protecting cells against oxidative damage.
What foods have a high Copper content?
Copper is consumed through the diet and absorbed into the small intestine. It’s essential that you eat foods rich in this mineral every day.
However, it’s important to bear in mind that large amounts of zinc can act as an inhibitor to copper absorption. It is therefore essential we make sure to meet our body’s requirements.
Protein: seafood, fish, beef and lean meat.
Dark leafy vegetables.
Nuts (almonds, cashews, peanuts).
Spices (saffron, cumin, pepper, mustard, clove, dill, curry), some of which you’ll find in our food section.
If you’re not able to get enough copper through the diet, you can use copper food supplements to reach your required levels.
Buy Copper supplements at HSN
Copper Bisglycinate an essential product for your shopping basket.
It provides fantastic nutritional reference values: some 3mg of copper in every vegetable capsule (120 capsules per container). Its highly bioavailable form makes it both effective and immediate, and it also contains no ingredients of animal origin, additives, yeasts, allergens or GMOs in its components or active ingredients, making it the perfect supplement for vegetarians and vegans.
Copper supplements can be combined with other vitamins from our in-house brand:
Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin) 1,000mcg by EssentialSeries. This vitamin contributes to normal energy metabolism, normal nervous system function, normal homocysteine metabolism, normal psychological function, normal red blood cell formation, normal immune system function, the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, and the process of cell division. Suitable for veggie diets.
Magnesium bisglycinate (175mg magnesium) or Magnesium Bisglycinate Powder by EssentialSeries. In its most bioavailable form. 120/240 veggie capsules or neutral flavour powder, with a high magnesium content, 100% plant-based, additive-free and easily digested.
Our unique formula development and respect for nature sets us apart at HSN, which is why we’re champions in the Sports Nutrition and Natural Diet sector.
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FAQ's. Frequently asked questions that many customers ask themselves before buying copper fittings.
Our customer service team is always ready to answer your questions. Whether you’re searching for products or clarifying purchase conditions, we’re here to help.
How much copper should you take?
Children need less of this essential mineral than adults, and the recommended amount increases with age. An increase of 0.2 mg/d is also recommended (EFSA) for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
It’s a safe supplement if taken in the right amounts by healthy people.
Always consult a health specialist before taking a dietary supplement.
Who is copper suitable for?
People who consume a lot of zinc, either through the diet or via food supplements.
People who consume large amounts of alcohol, as it interferes with absorption of the mineral and other vitamins such as vitamin C. *Based on results obtained by Shibazaki et al., 2017.
How do I know if my body needs more copper?