Experts report that one of the benefits of selenium intake might include a lower risk of bladder cancer symptoms, most especially for women. Selenium is a trace mineral that comes from plant foods and meats of animals that grazed on grain or plants in selenium rich soil. It's also found in abundance in Brazil nuts. The protective benefit was seen mostly in women, and the team believes this might be due to differences in how men and women's bodies break down and remove the mineral.Selenium can offer protection against some cancers, but clinical trials on selenium supplements have brought conflicting results.
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