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The Four Roles of Molybdenum
The Difference Between Sulfite and Sulfate
Sources of Sulfite: Animal Protein, Food Additives, Onions, Garlic, Cruciferous Veggies, Supplements, Medications, Pregnancy, and Gut Bacteria
The Many Dangers of Sulfite: Allergy-Like Reactions, Glutamate Toxicity, Seizures, Psychiatric Disorders, Chronic Pain, Neurodegenerative Diseases, Deficiencies of B1, B6, and Neurotransmitters, Morni
The One Case of Clinical Molybdenum Deficiency
Genetic Disorders in Molybdenum Metabolism
Poor Molybdenum Status: Insomnia, Mood, Motivation, Stress-Coping, Chronic Pain, Fatigue, Morning Sickness, and More
How Much Molybdenum Do We Need?
Is the RDA for Molybdenum Enough?
Molybdenum in Foods: The Five Tiers
Foods That Don't Make the Cut
The "Lost Foods" Where the Exact Data is Missing But We Know the Ranges
Variations According to Soil Content and Availability Within Foods
Dietary Patterns: Carnivore, Paleo, Keto, Low-Carb, and High-Protein
Sulfate in Supplements Can Interfere With Molybdenum Absorption
Is Molybdenum Toxic?
Molybdenum's Potential Interaction With Copper
Supplementing With Molybdenum
Wrapping Up