07 Going back to the ELEMENTS (Zn) – Get Body Back LTD

07 Going back to the ELEMENTS (Zn)

In this article we are going right back to the basics, and discussing a very important element found on the Periodic Table, but one which is also particularly important for your organism. Yes we're talking about ZINC! Did you know, the human body contains 2-4 g of zinc?! Scroll down to learn more.

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d e f i n i t i o n :

Zinc performs a number of basic functions in the body. As a component of various enzymes (or their activator), it influences the synthesis of DNA 🧬, RNA, hormones, and participates in the metabolism of proteins and carbohydrates. It is a MICRONUTRIENT necessary for growth and development, since it influences the immune, nervous, circulatory and skeletal systems 🦴. In food, it is particularly found in MEAT 🍖 and FISH/SEAFOOD 🐟.


🔷 Strengthens the immune system (protects against cold & flu)

🔷 Regulates menstrual cycle in women

🔷 Improves condition of hair, skin, nails 💇‍♀️💅

🔷 Supports functioning of the pancreas (helps maintain correct insulin levels)

🔷 Detoxifies body & protects from oxidative stress

🔷 Helps metabolise MELATONIN, influencing quality of sleep 💤 & efficiently metabolises alcohol 🍷

🔷 Helps to maintain proper vision 👀

🔷 Maintains the balance of other elements (manganese, magnesium, selenium, copper)

🔷 Helps to maintain correct levels of testosterone in blood & participates in the process of spermatogenesis

🔷 Protects against prostate diseases

🔷 Has a beneficial effect on skin disorders such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis herpetiformis & stretch marks

P R E C A U T I O N S :

⚠ Zinc should not be taken with a meal, preferably 2 hours before or after it, as some food components may negatively affect its absorption.

⚠ Do not take zinc while drinking coffee , as this interferes with zinc absorption.

⚠ Zinc should not be taken with iron, as it reduces zinc absorption.

⚠ The use of zinc reduces the absorption of calcium, tetracycline antibiotics and diuretics, taking these at the same time should be consulted with your doctor.

⚠ Zinc is not recommended for patients with gastric or duodenal ulcers.


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