Zinc Chelazome™ Bisglycinate 15 mg
- Plays an important role in the healing of wounds and burns
- Plays a specific role in protein synthesis and is thus essential for cell growth
- Essential trace mineral vital for the normal functioning of the pancreas, prostate gland and for reproductive organ growth
- Suggested Use
Zinc is an essential trace mineral found in most tissues of the body, especially those in the thyroid and reproductive organs. Zinc is complexed with a variety of peptides, amino acids and enzymes. It plays a crucial role in the synthesis of protein, DNA and RNA and is essential to maintain the normal function of the pancreas and prostate gland, as well as for reproductive organ growth. Zinc has a specific role in protein synthesis, is essential for cell growth and the regeneration of tissue, as well as for the utilization of Vitamins B1 and A. Zinc is involved in tissue respiration by the intake of oxygen and expulsion of carbon dioxide, such as superoxide dismutase, an antioxidant enzyme which has a role in combating free radicals in the body. Trophic’s patented Albion Zinc, chelated with natural amino acids, provides superior biological activity, bioavailability and absorption.
Recommended Use: Helps in connective tissue formation. Helps the body to metabolize proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
Directions (Adults): Take 1 caplet daily or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
Cautions and Warnings: Zinc supplementation can cause copper deficiency. Consult a healthcare practitioner if you are unsure whether or not you are taking adequate amounts of copper.
Serving Size: 1 Caplet
Servings Per Container: 90
Per Serving Zinc (Bisglycinate) 15 mg
Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate, magnesium stearate.
No added yeast, wheat, soy, gluten, starch, corn, dairy, sugar, artificial colors, preservatives or animal products. Manufactured under the unique Albion Laboratories’ process (patented and patents pending) whereby the minerals are chelated by amino acids, peptides and polypeptides.