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Zinc glycinate

Zinc glycinate

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✅ Higher effect through micellization process
✅ Highest raw material quality – produced and bottled in Austria
✅ Purely plant-based

The trace element zinc is involved in a variety of metabolic reactions within the body, controls numerous biochemical processes and plays an essential role in protein and lipid metabolism. Since zinc is supplied exclusively through food intake, vegan/vegetarian diets, food intolerances and unbalanced eating habits pose a challenge to the body's zinc balance. A well-filled zinc depot promotes wound healing processes, strengthens the immune system's defense mechanisms, and optimizes the healthy growth process of hair and nails and ensures a balanced metabolic situation in the production of sex and thyroid hormones.

Daily dosage: Take 2x 5 drops (= 30 mg zinc/300% NRV) orally
Ingredients: Water, Ethanol, Zinc Bis-Glycinate

Contents: 10 ml

Store in a cool and dry place.

Not an organic product according to Regulation (EU) 2018/848.

Why does the body need zinc?

Zinc is an essential trace element that is crucial for numerous physiological processes in the body. Here are some of the key functions of zinc in the human body.

Immune System - Zinc plays a key role in immune system function. It is necessary for the development and activation of immune cells, which play a role in defending against pathogens.

Growth and Development - Zinc is important for normal growth and development, especially during childhood, adolescence and pregnancy.

Enzyme function - Zinc is a component of more than 300 enzymes in the body that are involved in various metabolic processes, including the digestion of nutrients and energy production.

DNA Synthesis - Zinc plays a role in DNA synthesis, genetic information transcription and replication.

Hormone regulation - It is involved in the production and regulation of hormones, including insulin and sex hormones, and has a libido-increasing effect.

Wound healing - Zinc is important in the healing process of wounds as it supports cell division and tissue formation.

Sensory organs - Zinc is involved in the functioning of the sensory organs, particularly the senses of taste and smell.

Antioxidant effect - Zinc acts as an antioxidant and helps protect cells from oxidative stress and free radical damage.

Pregnancy - During pregnancy, zinc is crucial for normal embryonic development and fetal growth.

Zinc deficiency can lead to a variety of health problems, including impaired immune function, stunted growth, skin problems and metabolic disorders.

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