Zinc

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Zinc

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Natural Lime Flavour

Zinc is a micro-mineral usually found in meat, eggs, seafood, tofu, roasted pumpkin, and squash seeds and peanuts. It is present in every cell within the body where it is a component in over 200 enzymatic processes. It is essential for protein synthesis and collagen formation. It is believed to help accelerate healing times, reduce the length and severity of colds, and help restore loss of taste. Zinc has been shown to contribute to normal macronutrient metabolism, normal cognitive function, and normal fertility and reproduction.

Usage

Ingredients

Servings

Take one 5ml teaspoon per day on an empty stomach for maximum effect. Or as recommended by your healthcare professional.

Once opened, consume within 45 days.

Ingredient Quantity NRV
Zinc Gluconate 15mg 150%

Purified Water, Glycerol (Stabiliser), Zinc Gluconate, Stevia Extract (Sweetener), Flavouring, Natural Lime Flavouring, Potassium Sorbate (Preservative).

One 150ml bottle contains 30x 5ml servings.

Benefits of Zinc

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Fertility

Zinc contributes to normal fertility and reproduction. It also contributes to the maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood. Low levels of zinc are associated with a reduction of testosterone and several other hormones involved infertility.

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Immune support

Zinc contributes to the normal function of the immune system. Adequate zinc intake is essential to produce important immune cells, a deficiency is associated with suboptimal immune function and increased susceptibility to infections.

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Muscle growth and repair

Zinc contributes to normal macronutrient metabolism and contributes to normal protein synthesis. Together these functions mean that zinc is important for the correct breakdown and absorption of the macronutrients- including carbohydrate and protein- and for the combination of those macronutrients into effective muscle growth.

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