Zinc is an essential trace mineral, which plays a crucial role in cell repair in our bodies. Zinc is derived solely from our diet and is found in a variety of foods. However, people with poor diets may find themselves zinc deficient. Frequent infections, lack of appetite, slow wound healing, and poor growth in children can be symptomatic of this problem. The human adult has a zinc requirement of 15 – 20 mg a day.
The U.S. recommended daily allowance for zinc is 15 mg. Pregnant or lactating women may need more zinc but are advised not to take supplements unless prescribed by their doctor. Due to its antioxidant properties, Zinc is often used to aid recovery from a wide range of ailments including the common cold and to support wound healing.
Contents: Zinc 15mg, (Zinc Citrate). Take with a good multi vitamin to help support the immune system.
Dosage: 1 capsule daily with or after a main meal - or as directed by a health professional. Do not exceed stated dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
IMPORTANT: When taking any health supplement you must always take with caution and seek guidance from a doctor or health care professional if you are under any medical supervision, are taking any medication or prescription or are pregnant or lactating. Only your doctor or health care professional can advise you on what is right for you. When using health supplements an individuals response may vary. Do not exceed stated dose. Food supplements must not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Discontinue use and consult with a doctor if adverse reactions occur. Do not use if seal is broken.
The information provided should not be considered as medical claims or prescriptions.