Zinc is the second most abundant trace mineral in the body, being present in all tissue. Zinc contributes to the maintenance of normal immune system function, the protection of cells from oxidative stress and the maintenance of bones, hair, nails and skin.
- Soil deficiencies of zinc have reduced the levels available in vegetables, and much zinc is removedfrom food during processing.
- Wholefood Zinc is made from hydroponically-grown brassica(a member of the broccoli family)
- This edible species of brassica is ideal for producing supplements where higher levels of minerals are requiredthan would normally be present in the food we eat
Zinc provides a role in:
- Zinc contributes to normal protein synthesis
- Contributes to the maintenance of normal skin, hair, nails and bone
- Zinc contributes to normal cognitive function
- Contributes to normal carbohydrate and macronutrient metabolism
- Contributes to a normal function of the immune system
- Contributes to normal DNA synthesis and cell division
- Zinc Contributes to the protection of cell constituents from oxidative damage
- Contributes to normal fertility and reproduction
- Contributes to normal metabolism of fatty acids
- Contributes to normal acid-base metabolism
- Zinc contributes to normal metabolism of vitamin A
Wholefood Zinc1 capsule will provide on average
+NRV = Nutritional Reference Value
* Indicates no NRV
- Ingredients:Hydroponically-grown cruciferous vegetable (Brassica juncea) providing zinc, capsule shell (Vegetable Cellulose).
- Suggested Intake: 1-2 capsules daily, or take as directed by a practitioner.
- Suitable for: Vegetarians and vegans and for people with Candida and yeast sensitivities.
- Contraindications: None.
- Non-Active Ingredients: Vegetable cellulose (capsule shell).
- Non GM & Free From: Yeast, wheat; starch, gluten;dairy; added sugars, colourings, flavourings & preservatives.
- Storage: Keep cool, dry & out of direct sunlight.
Keep all supplements out of sight and reach of young children. Do not exceed stated recommended intake. Food supplements must not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Adverse reactions to supplements are rare, but If you experience an adverse reaction stop taking the product and contact your practitioner or one of our nutritional therapists. Sometimes a supplement will suit one person but not another.