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Product: Chelated Zinc

Company: Natural Factors

Size: 90 Tablets

Ingredients: Elemental Zinc (HVP Chelate) 25mg.

Dosage: Take one to two tablets daily or as directed by a physician. Take preferably with meals.

Contains no artificial preservatives, color, dairy, sweeteners, starch, wheat or yeast.

Description: Zinc, an essential trace mineral, has numerous functions in the body.

  • Zinc is important to prostate gland function (in fact, semen contains high amounts of zinc), and normal development of the reproductive organs
  • It is needed for proper absorption of vitamins, especially the B vitamins
  • Zinc is a constituent of at least 25 enzymes involved in digestion and metabolism
  • Protein synthesis in the body and collagen formation both require zinc
  • Zinc protects the liver from chemical damage
  • It is also required for the transfer of carbon dioxide in red blood cells
  • Zinc is needed for regulating insulin in the blood
  • a zinc deficiency would affect our sensitivity to taste

Zinc has so many benefits that some would call it a super mineral. Studies have shown it is a powerful antioxidant and immune stimulant. Zinc supplements have been shown to restore immune function in the malnourished. This exceptional mineral also helps to speed healing from surgery and infections. It has been beneficial in treating a variety of ailments from acne to rheumatoid arthritis.

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