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LAMBERTS Manganese 5mg (as Citrate) - 100 Tablets

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Manganese is an essential trace mineral that is required in small amounts to manufacture enzymes involved in many body processes including the enzyme superoxide dismutases (SOD). This enzyme neutralises free radicals which can cause tissue damage. It is also involved in the production of cartilage as well as being required for the development and maintenance of healthy bones and for normal nerve and immune function.

All of our multi vitamin and mineral formulas provide relevant levels of manganese and one of these may be a sensible choice for anyone that has a risk of deficiencies of other micro-nutrients as a result of poor dietary habits. Rich sources of manganese include whole-grains, nuts and vegetables.

  • Contributes to the protection of cell constituents from oxidative damage.
  • Contributes to the maintenance of normal bone.
  • Contributes to the normal formation of connective tissue.
  • We use the organic citrate form of this mineral in this product to help ensure absorption.


100 Tablets

One Tablets Contains:Contents:
Manganese (as Citrate)5mg


Calcium Carborate, Cellulose, Tablet Coating (Colour: Titanium Dioxide, hypromellose, Glycerin), Silicon Dioxide, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Stearate.


Take 1 - 3 tablets daily.



Long term intake may lead to muscle pain and fatigue.


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