Ionic Zinc

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Ultra Potent Nano Ionic Zinc + Vitamin C 60ml

Ionic Zinc is a proprietary liquid ionic formula containing zinc ascorbate and zinc gluconate, ascorbic acid, calcium carbonate.

Do you feel a decreased level of alertness, increased moodiness and memory failure? It may be that your diet is deficient in zinc, causing all these little undesirable conditions.

What is Ionic Zinc?

The importance of zinc has been known throughout the world for generations. One of the first cultures to see the significance of using zinc was the Chinese. The Chinese knew of the benefits of zinc and used it for prostate problems many centuries before other countries ever addressed zinc's' benefits.

Zinc is very important to health. At least 160 different human enzymes rely on zinc in part of their composition and function. Zinc enzymes are involved in digestion, metabolism and tissue respiration, both DNA and RNA need zinc enzymes for proper functioning.

Medically, it's possible zinc is the most underrated and misunderstood of minerals, yet it is one of the most important elements in the human body. It is essential for so many different in the body. Its depletion can produce dangerous effects. In spite of this a majority of physicians do not test for it, when they do, often incorrect testing techniques are used by assessing blood samples instead of tissue samples such as hair.

Absorption is a vital factor. By looking at list of foods containing zinc it becomes obvious that there are not that many when compared with those containing iron and calcium, yet zinc is the key to many bodily functions and it's lack is a cornerstone which contributes to nutritional disorders.

It is interesting to look at how zinc is absorbed by the body because this will bring an understanding of how the body so readily becomes depleted of it.

At meal times the pancreas produces picolinic acid, this is due to the release of hydrochloric acid from the stomach. The picolinic acid then binds to the zinc and aids its absorption. Therefore zinc's absorption is dependent on a reasonable level of hydrochloric acid being present in the stomach. If this is at low levels, (from antacid or overzealous use of acid blocking agents), then zinc depletion is likely to occur.

Zinc is also needed for the synthesis of hormones serotonin, dopamine, melatonin, and noradrenaline. Therefore, low levels can result in decreased alertness, a lessened capacity for abstract thinking, lowered ability to perform repetitive and multi-task jobs, moodiness and memory failure.

Zinc’s vital functions

A co-factor in the production of collagen within the body and especially used by the B vitamins to ensure proper absorption.

Involved in the human immune system and is a vital catalyst in the metabolism of essential fatty acids, which are important for proper immune function

Is needed in the release of insulin by the pancreas and for the release of vitamin A from liver stores.

Plays an important part in the metabolism of the pituitary gland, the adrenal glands, the ovaries and the testes

Is vital for the production of male sperm and female ova

Necessary for a healthy liver metabolism and is needed by the fetus in order to grow properly

Zinc depletion is associated with the following conditions

Allergies, Anorexia, Arthritis, Cancer, Cholesterol, Depression, Diabetes, Dermatitis, Eczema, Hair loss, Heart disease, Hyperactivity, Infections, Infertility, Insomnia, Pimples, Learning disorders, Wound healing delay

Zinc can be depleted in the following ways: ACE inhibitors, Breastfeeding, Use of Diuretics, Food colourings, HRT use, Menstruation, During pregnancy, Stress, Sweating, Use of the Contraceptive Pill

The highest levels of zinc are found in the following foods: Beef, Ginger, Herring, Liver, Milk, Oysters, Pumpkin seeds, Sunflower seeds, Whole grains, Yeast

Zinc may help with the following Aid growth in the body, Assist cellular growth, Tissue growth and repair, Contribute to digestion, metabolism, and tissue respiration, Catalyse synthesis of hormones, Enhance wound healing, Assist function of the immune system, Act as an anti-oxidant, Assist detoxification of alcohol in the liver, Aid perception of the senses, Contribute to the absorption of vitamin D and calcium, Help with transportation of blood, Improve function of the thymus, (produces immune system lymphocytes, to seek out and destroy infectious organisms).


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