Zinc is required for normal, healthy immune function.

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    • Zinc is a type of metal and an essential trace element. It’s “essential” because you must obtain it from your diet, since your body can’t make its own.

      Behind only iron, it’s the second-most-abundant trace mineral in the human body.

      Zinc is present within all bodily tissues and needed for healthy cell division. It acts like an antioxidant within the body, fighting free radical damage, bolstering your immune system and helping slow the aging process.*

      This mineral also has a major impact on hormonal balance, so for this reason, even a small deficiency can result in an increased risk for infertility or diabetes.*


    • Suggested Use: 

      As a dietary supplement, adults take one (1) tablet daily with meals, or as directed by a health care practitioner. 


    • Zinc as L-OptiZinc®100% natural methionine, the amino acid that is best absorbed by the body and serves as an antioxidant. Studies show that L-OptiZinc® is absorbed better, retained longer and is more effective than ordinary zinc supplements tested and resists binding with fiber and phytate, organic compounds that inhibit zinc absorption.*

      L-OptiZinc® is the only high-potency zinc supplement FDA-approved safe for human nutrition. 

  • Non GMO
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    - a highly-bioavailable premium zinc supplement, scientifically proven to be absorbed significantly better than other forms of zinc.

    Zinc is an essential trace mineral required for numerous biochemical and physiological processes in the body. Zinc is important for healthy functioning of all organs. It is essential for more than 30 enzyme reactions that control a variety of functions. Zinc is an important component of superoxide dismutase (SOD), a major protective antioxidant enzyme. Zinc-dependent enzymes are involved in growth, immunity, and tissue repair.* Zinc is especially important for healthy functioning of the prostate and the male reproductive system, and for normal, healthy immune function.* L-OptiZinc® is a unique, patented form of methionine-bound zinc which has been shown in numerous studies to be better absorbed, retained longer and be more effective than other forms of zinc.*


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    • Zinc is essential for the development and function of many immune cells in our innate (neutrophils, macrophages, and natural killer cells) and adaptive immune (B-cells and T-cells) responses. Inadequate zinc can weaken these immune defenses. Even minor deficiencies in zinc have been connected to chronic illnesses, recurring infections and even autoimmune conditions.*

    • Over time, a deficiency in zinc has been found to contribute to chronic inflammation and has been linked to a weakened immune system. Zinc decreases oxidative stress and reduces levels of certain inflammatory proteins in your body. L-OptiZinc® helps support antioxidant defenses (which plays a role in inflammation reduction) by helping to increase the activity of the antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase.*

    • Zinc benefits include promoting healthy insulin function, providing natural blood sugar control, and it might even help to prevent diabetes altogether. Zinc is necessary for the correct processing, storage, and secretion of insulin, and it can protect against β-cell loss, a hallmark of diabetes. Because zinc is so closely tied to insulin functioning, zinc deficiency is associated with poor β-cell function and higher incidences of insulin resistance.*

    • Zinc plays a critical role in collagen synthesis, immune function and inflammatory response, therefore it is necessary for proper healing. Hospital treatment for burns, certain types of ulcers and other skin injuries often includes supplementing with zinc as it has been shown to help promote wound healing.*

    • According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), zinc prevents cell damage in the retina, and it may help delay the progression of age-related macular degeneration and vision loss. Researchers have found that a zinc deficiency may play a role in developing this degeneration. Overall, some studies suggest that supplementation may help and might contribute to new ways to approach treatment.*

    • Zinc deficiency is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies in both children and the elderly and has been suggested to be a major factor in the development of both poor mental function and memory as well as low mood in these age groups. Clinical studies with zinc supplementation have shown some beneficial effects in improving both mood and some aspects of mental function in both children and the elderly.*

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