Zinc is the second most abundant trace mineral in the body and is present in all tissues. Zinc contributes to the maintenance of normal energy-yielding metabolism, immune system function and the maintenance of normal bones, hair, nails and skin.
• Food State Zinc is combined with copper to prevent a possible risk of copper deficiency during long-term usage. Zinc and copper compete for the same absorption sites and an excess of zinc can ultimately cause a copper deficiency• A Food State supplement - provides nutrients in the same form as those in food. This supplement comprises a food base of inactive Lactobacillus bulgaricus, a native and friendly bacterial inhabitant of the human digestive tract
Zinc contributes to the maintenance of normal:• skin, hair, nails and bone• testosterone levels in the blood
Zinc contributes to normal:• vision• fertility and reproduction• cognitive function• immune system function• protein synthesis• acid-base balance• carbohydrate metabolism• macronutrient metabolism• metabolism of vitamin A• metabolism of fatty acids
Zinc has a role in the process of cell division
Zinc contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress; this means it is an antioxidant.
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