Zinc Orotate | Highest Absobability

Zinc is an essential trace element . It is vital for a healthy immune system, correctly synthesizing DNA, promoting healthy growth during childhood, healing wounds and prevention support of lower respiratory infections. No one talks much about zinc benefits, but it’s an essential mineral that we all need to stay healthy.  Zinc is found everywhere throughout our bodies, in our cells, tissues, and organs; but most of the two to three grams of zinc in the average adult body is contained in muscles and bones.Zinc deficiency is widespread in the developing world, but even in the U.S. Zinc deficiency can lead to impaired growth and development in children, low libido, hair loss, loss of appetite, fatigue, irritability, slow wound healing, and infection.
  • Zinc Helps Cure Colds - In a meta-study published in the Journal of the American Pharmacists’ Association, scientists concluded that zinc can reduce the “duration and severity of symptoms of the common cold when administered within 24 hours of the onset of common cold symptoms.”
  • Zinc Helps with Acne - In a Swedish dermatological study, doctors found that the severity of acne lesions decreased from 100 percent to 15 percent in patients receiving 12 weeks of treatment with zinc sulfate (taken orally).
  • Zinc Helps Heal Cuts and Wounds - Zinc deficiency slows the healing of cuts and infections
  • Zinc Supports Your Immune System - According to the European Journal of Immunology, our bodies need zinc to activate T cells, lymphocytes that regulate our immune system and attack infected or cancerous cells.
  • Zinc Fights Off Depression - In a 2013 review on the role of zinc in major depression, neuroscientists describe how zinc-containing neurons regulate the brain and body’s response to stress. Low levels of zinc and zinc deficiency are linked to higher levels of depression.A recent study found that patients receiving a zinc supplement in combination with antidepressant therapy had significantly reduced depressive symptoms compared with those receiving antidepressants alone.

Take Zinc with food, but separately from other minerals, especially iron, copper, manganese and calcium. They may interfere with zinc absorption.

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