The liver lover
Nutritional gains? Have a tendency to go hard instead of going home when the mood takes you? Listen up. “Alcohol often contains sulfites, which can damage the body,” says Duane Mellor, senior lecturer in human nutrition at Coventry University. “Molybdenum supports an enzyme called sulfite oxidase, which is integral to the conversion of toxic sulfites into more inert sulphates, which the body can then excrete in urine.” Very clever.
Where to find it: “Foods that grow above ground are higher in this hero than those that grow below,” says Irving. Think cauliflower, lima beans, peas, potatoes and oats. Yum!
Dose? 0.065mg, which you’ll easily meet with l00g of potatoes. Now, mashed or boiled? wh