Zinc Lozenge - 60 Lozenges

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Description

Zinc Lozenge - 60 Lozenges
  • Immune system support
  • Supports healthy skin, hair, eyes, and intestinal lining
  • Gentle chelated form supports optimal zinc absorption

Who Needs Zinc Lozenges
Your body's healthy immune response is well supported by an essential mineral, zinc. Due to its important role in the immune system, zinc deficiency is a known cause of immune system issues.†

Zinc Lozenge provides a potent and bioavailable form of zinc for optimal absorption. Zinc Lozenge by Seeking Health features a high-quality, bioavailable brand-name form of zinc, TRAACS™ zinc bisglycinate chelate§.†

Each delicious, chewable tablet provides 15 mg of chelated elemental zinc. While some other forms of zinc may upset the intestinal tract, this gentle form of zinc supplement is well-tolerated. Being an essential trace mineral, there are many health benefits of zinc.†

Many randomized clinical trials have been conducted by organizations such as the National Institute of Health (NIH) regarding the benefits of zinc. These randomized clinical trials suggest that supplemental zinc may help support the following:†

  • Healthy immune response
  • Lung and respiratory health
  • Maintaining a normal sense of taste
  • Maintaining a normal sense of smell
  • Supporting healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels
  • Normal metabolism and body weight
  • Healthy blood sugar levels
  • Normal hair health and growth
  • Healthy adrenal function
  • Normal hormone production
  • Healthy vision function
  • Healthy stomach and intestinal tissues
  • Healthy antioxidant enzyme activity

The countless roles zinc plays in the body makes this supplemental zinc the perfect addition to your healthcare protocol. This chewable dietary supplement contains TRAACS™ Zinc Bisglycinate Chelate§, a gentle, well-tolerated form of zinc. It is in a xylitol base, without artificial sweeteners, preservatives, or colors.†

As you can see, the positive effects of zinc on the body are vast. Be sure to try Zinc Lozenge today if you’re looking to help support your optimal health!†

Key Ingredients In Zinc Lozenges
Zinc (as zinc bisglycinate chelate): A gentle, well-tolerated form of zinc to support healthy immune system function, hair growth, skin health, gut health, and normal hormone production.†

Zinc is sometimes considered the second most important mineral in the human body after magnesium. Zinc acts as a cofactor for many important enzymes. There are over 3000 proteins in the human body that have zinc binding sites. Some of these proteins are enzymes that require zinc to facilitate reactions in the cells. Zinc helps stabilize antioxidant enzymes like metallothionein and superoxide dismutase. This aids in the normal excretion and transformation of harmful metals and superoxide ions, reducing free radicals.†

Scientifically, there are a variety of benefits of having normal levels of zinc. The dietary intake of zinc supplements may result in helping support the following processes:†

Other Ingredients: Xylitol, microcrystalline cellulose, ascorbyl palmitate, malic acid, natural flavors, purified water, silica, L-leucine, organic monk fruit extract.

Suggested Use:  Take 1 lozenge daily with food, or use as directed by your healthcare professional. For best results, bite the lozenge once, allow it to melt in your mouth, and then swallow.

Serving Size: 1 Lozenge
Servings Per Container: 60

Suitable For: Vegetarians and Vegans
Delivery Method: Lozenges
How To Store: Keep closed in a cool, dry place out of reach by children.

Free Of: Dairy, Eggs, Fish, Gluten, GMO, Peanuts, Shellfish, Soy, Tree Nuts, Wheat, Artificial Colors, Artificial Flavors, and Artificial Preservatives

Warnings
Children and pregnant or lactating women should consult their healthcare practitioner prior to use. Do not use if tamper seal is damaged.
While we cannot give medical advice, there are risk factors and side effects to high doses or excess zinc intake and zinc deficiency. Excess zinc has been linked to copper deficiency and anemia. Zinc intake based on recommended dietary allowances (RDA) and doses of zinc is advised.

 

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