Chromium is considered a trace mineral meaning that the body only requires that a small amount is present. Avoid chromium chloride, which is found in some supplements. It is mostly unabsorbable.


Chromium is needed for energy, maintains stable blood sugar levels. In cooperation with other substances, it controls insulin as well as certain enzymes.

Deficiency Diseases:

Anxiety, Fatigue, Glucose intolerance, inadequate metabolism of Amino acids, and an Increased risk of Arteriosclerosis.

Overdose Disease:

Gastrointestinal ulcers, Liver and Kidney damage, and Skin irritation

Rich Sources:

Some of the best dietary sources of chromium include Egg yolks, Bread made from whole wheat, Fruit juices, hard cheeses, Lean beef, Brewer's yeast, Molasses and Liver.

Best Suitable Composition:

It is best taken with vitamin B 3, Glycine, Cysteine and Glutamic acid.

Recommended Daily Intake:
  • There is no recommended daily intake of this mineral.