Boron is an ultra trace element which occurs in all foods produced from plants. It is thought that boron plays several biochemical roles for humans including cell membrane function, such that it influences the response to hormone action, transmembrane signalling or transmembrane movement, hence its association with supporting postmenopausal health of women.
Dietary sources of Boron include noncitrus fruits, leafy vegetables nuts pulses and legumes.
Some Suggested Benefits:
- Can help reduce menstrual cramps
- Can help aid in the reduction of yeast infections
- May contribute to an increase in athletic performance
- Can contribute to the production of healthy bones