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Selenium is a trace mineral that occurs naturally in soil and rock and is found in varying quantities in different parts of the world.
Interestingly, the selenium content of foods depends on the selenium content of the soil on which animals are reared or plants are grown. Small amounts of selenium are needed to maintain good health, because the mineral has antioxidant properties, and doctors recommend a daily intake of 200mcg per day.
|Food||Serving size||Cals||Amount||GDA (%)|
|Brazil nuts||10g||68||190 mcg||95 %|
|Garlic||100g||149||14.2 mcg||7 %|
|Mussels||140g||146||125 mcg||63 %|
|Chicken||100g||148||27.6 mcg||14 %|
|Wholemeal bread||50g||108||15 mcg||8 %|
|Eggs||61g||90||18.7 mcg||9 %|
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