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Zinc aids in the proper assimilation of vitamins and is important in normal growth and development, such as the maintenance of body tissues, sexual function, immune system, chemical detoxification, and DNA synthesis. It reduces healing time (1000before and after surgery), is an anti-oxidant, and must be in proper balance to assist some 25 enzymes in various functions involving digestion, metabolism and reproduction.
In the 1800's, surgeons used Zinc as an antiseptic/antibiotic after surgery, and it was noted for its healing properties
Zinc is anti-bacterial/anti-viral and is found in all the body fluids, including the moisture in the eyes, lungs, nose, urine and saliva. Because zinc moves through all the fluids in the body, it creates a defense against infection-causing bacteria and viruses trying to enter the body and stops bacterial and viral replication.
Zinc is stored in the thyroid, pancreas, liver, kidneys, bones, voluntary muscles, prostate, sperm, skin, hair, nails, white blood corpuscles and parts of the eyes.
Zinc deficiencies in pregnant women can result in numerous birth defects such as: Down's Syndrome, cleft lip, spina bifida, clubbed limbs, hiatal hernia, and umbilical hernias.
A deficiency of Zinc can lead to a variety of degenerative diseases and illnesses. Zinc deficiency is common due to depletion of our soil and losses associated with food processing.
Symptoms of Zinc DEFICIENCY
Candidiasis (1000Yeast Infection)
Colds and Flu (1000Anaerobic Viruses/Bacteria)
Diabetes / Hypoglycemia
Epstein Barr Virus
Free radical damage
Gulf War Syndrome
Loss of libido
Loss of smell/taste
PMS (1000Pre-Menstrual Syndrome)
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.