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What foods are a good source of Chromium?

Answer

Wiki User
06/26/2013

Concentrated foods sources of chromium include brewer's yeast, corn, wheat bran, sweet potatoes, apples, rye bread, onions, potatoes, tomatoes, wheat germ, buckwheat, green pepper, bran cereals, parsnips, cornmeal, broccoli, spinach, banana, and puffed rice cereal. Many people do not get enough chromium in their diet due to food processing methods that remove the naturally occuring chromium in commonly consumed foods. Beer and wine can accumulate chromium during fermentation and are therefore considered to be dietary sources of the mineral.