Food is not only a matter of hunger. All nutrients that compose a meal, have their own function in our body. There are no exceptions. Some give us energy, other help regulate our bowel, and other help strengthen our bones. Many of them are the key to solving some health problems.
An adequate ingestion of selenium is essential to urinary incontinence prevention and treatment.
Selenium is a micronutrient, trace element, exists naturally in low quantity in our bodies. This means it is important to have it in our daily meals. It is sourced from the ground and in different foods, Brazil nuts are the main source of this micronutrient, followed by eggs, mushrooms, cereals and derivatives. Meat and fish are also important sources.