Selenium SeLECT

A rich source of Selenium, a trace mineral micronutrient

  • It is L-(+)-Selenomethionine, the most bioavailable, pure and safe form of selenium
  • Selenium is a trace mineral that is found naturally in soil
  • Dietary sources of selenium include unrefined grains such as wheat, fish and nuts
  • Selenium is unevenly distributed in the earth’s crust, therefore, different populations are at risk for selenium deficiency
  • Selenium supplementation can ensure that individuals are receiving at least the minimum recommended daily allowance
  • GRAS Self-Affirmed: February 2008
  • User Level: Upto 50 mcg per serving in specific foods
  • Safety Level: 172 mcg/person/day is safe


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