Zinc

Zinc

Zinc

Zinc aids our ability to cope with stress, its essential for energy and helps hair to bloom.

Zinc is a component of DNA & RNA, its essential for growth and healing, it also controls the hormones, which are messengers from organs such as testes and ovaries.

 

Signs of deficiency of Zinc include, poor sense of smell or taste, greasy skin, low fertility, depression, loss of appetite, white marks on more than two finger nails and frequent infections.

 

Top Zinc foods include:

 

Almonds,

Brazil Nuts,

Egg Yolk,

Ginger Root,

Oats,

Rye,

Whole Wheat Grain,

Oysters,

Split Peas,

Shrimp,

Turnips.

Lamb,

Haddock,

Green Peas.

Pecan Nuts,

 

Supplements:

Amino Acid Chelate, Zinc Citrate & Picolinate are better supplements than Zinc Sulphate & Oxide.

 

Zinc works well with Vitamin A, E & B6 as well as Magnesium, Calcium and Phosphorus.

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Sodium

Sodium