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November 19, 2021
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The common benefits of Zinc that are insured by the medical test are the following:

Help in maintaining and restoring the health of hair and nails as well as healing skin wounds and skin conditions, such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis.

Zinc plays a fundamental role in collagen formation and healthy tissue development.

In conjunction with antioxidants Zinc shows a pronounced antiaging effect.

Support of proper fetal and reproductive organs development and functioning.

Zinc proved to be essential for the prostate gland and other reproductive organs. Notable improvements in sex life caused by improvement of sexual function as the result of healthy prostate function are observed in many cases.

When taken at the beginning of cold Zinc shows to be effective in relieving the symptoms. It fights sore throat, coughing, running nose and headaches caused by viruses. If taken for a relatively long period of time, it may improve overall immunity and further frequency of colds and risk of infections.

Zinc is also thought to be effective for treating herpes virus as it interferes with the ability of the virus to replicate itself.

Slowing the progression of macular degeneration which causes vision loss especially in the elderly people. The results of the tests also showed that longterm Zinc intake may reduce the risk of macular degeneration later in life.

Who is at risk of Zinc deficiency?

Multiple factors that influence Zinc levels in human body. These are stress, diarrhea, diabetes, liver disease, kidney and high rate of alcohol consumption.

Mineral is lost via perspiration that is why athletes, who live in hot climatic zones or regularly visits saunas or steam rooms are at risk. Zinc levels can also be reduced by some medications among which are oral contraceptives, ulcer medications, some antibiotics, antiviral medication and some diuretics. Among other factors that might influence the amount of Zinc intake are poor soil levels of the mineral and food processing techniques.

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