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Zinc

A mineral that supports normal growth and development throughout youth.

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What is Zinc?

Nearly 100 different enzymes in the body depend on zinc. It’s a mineral involved in skin repair and in making DNA, the cells’ blueprint for replication. Zinc supports normal growth and development during gestation, in childhood, and in adolescence. You also need zinc for a proper sense of taste and smell.*

In addition, Zinc provides structure by helping to support proteins, such as those found in muscle tissue, and cell membranes. Zinc is also involved in supporting eye health.*

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Why is Zinc Important?

Zinc is critical for immune cell development and communication.* Nearly 100 different enzymes in the body depend on zinc.

11 mg

Recommended Dietary Allowance

Sources of Zinc

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Mussels

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Oysters

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Alaskan King Crab

Zinc Helps Support

Hair and Skin

Hair, Skin, & Nails

 

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Energy

Energy

 

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Immune Health

Immune Health

 

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* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.