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Copper is a trace mineral, which means it’s only needed in small amounts. Yet, deficiencies do occur. And most symptoms of deficiency are closely related to the roles copper plays.
For example, since copper helps your body absorb iron, a copper deficiency could lead to anemia. As a result, you may feel tired and weak. Fatigue may also arise because copper is needed to make ATP (a.k.a. cellular energy).
Other possible symptoms include:
Poor balance/unsteady gait
Premature gray hair
Loss of muscle tone
High blood sugar
Poor blood clotting function (due to low blood platelets)
Chronic low white blood cell count (neutropenia)
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