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Molybdenum is a trace element found in a wide variety of foods. Foods that grow above ground - such as peas, leafy vegetables (including broccoli and spinach) and cauliflower - tend to be higher in molybdenum than meat and foods which grow below-ground, such as potatoes.
Foods particularly high in molybdenum include nuts, tinned vegetables, and cereals such as oats.
You should be able to get all the molybdenum you need from your daily diet.
Molybdenum helps make and activate enzymes involved in repairing and making genetic material.
Some evidence suggests that taking molybdenum supplements can cause joint pain.
There is not enough evidence to know what the effects might be of taking molybdenum supplements.
You should be able to get all the molybdenum you need by eating a varied and balanced diet.