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Manganese is a trace mineral that the body requires in small amounts to both manufacture and activate many of the enzymes that catalyse many of the biological reactions in the body, such as digesting food and extracting the valuable nutrients from it.

Although manganese is a trace mineral and we don’t require as much of it as some of the major minerals, it’s still vital for our health and wellbeing.

Peas, green beans, nuts, cereals, bread and other products made with flour are all good natural sources of manganese, but perhaps the most manganese-rich food is actually black tea.

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