Manganese and thiamin

Perhaps the most important in the field of biomicroelements was the discovery that, for the right of development! cells and for the actions of thiamine, and also to maintain the process of blood (together with iron and copper necessary manganese. Interestingly, the lack of manganese thiamine may be toxic. This element softens the toxic properties of many compounds.
The need for manganese is 0.2-0.3 mg per 1 kg of body weight per day. What is manganese? Most of it in tea and cranberries less, but too much at pepper, edible chestnuts and cocoa. Here is a table of the average content of manganese in various food products (Maksimov A. Minerals and their importance in the life of organisms):

Products The content, mg/kg fresh weight

Milk
Beef, lamb, beef, bacon, poultry, eggs, butter
Salmon, cod, mackerel, crabs, crayfish, olive oil, honey, mustard, lemon, coffee, celery
Kidney, pork, cheese, egg, cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, cucumbers, asparagus, turnip, mushrooms, potatoes, tomatoes, rhubarb, radish, rye flour, olives, dates, plums, grapes
Liver, beets, beans, onion, green peas, parsley and bread wheat and rye, tapioca, currant, bilberries, cranberries, bananas, prunes, figs, dark honey, oysters, melasa, yeast wheat Flour
Spinach, salad, dried beans and peas and beans, rice, barley, nuts, coconut, raspberry, chocolate, gelatin
Cocoa
Oat flour, oat flakes
Flour soy
The edible chestnut
Cranberry
Pepper
Tea

0,04
0-50

0,5-2


2-10


10-30
10-70

30
35
36
40
40
40-200
65
150-900