Silicon (Si) plays a very important role in the human body. The demand for this element is approximately 20 mg per day. Unfortunately, processed food supplies us with only 3 mg of silicon per day, which is about 90% of the total. society suffers from a shortage of this element. Silicon is found in varying amounts in all tissues of the human body. In the human body, silicon is an element that maintains its health. On the basis of silicon, chlorophyll and hemoglobin are created, necessary for life for plants, animals and humans. Silicon, as an information carrier, is essential for communication between the brain and the body. Lack of silicon leads to a lack of this connection and loss of control over vital functions, i.e. disease.
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