{"id":1010612699251,"title":"Healthy Hair Minerals - Zinc 32 oz","handle":"healthy-hair-minerals-zinc-32-oz","description":"Zinc and Vitamin A work together; a deficiency in either can lead to dry hair and oily skin. Food sources: Spinach, sunflower seeds, mushrooms, whole grains, red meat and brewer's yeast. Daily dose: 12 mg. Warnings: Too much can interfere with iron absorption. \n\nZinc is considered an antioxidant. Zinc is also a natural antibacterial and anti-viral mineral. Zinc helps to stop the replication process of the virus or bacteria. Those body fluids containing the most water also contain the most Zinc. Examples of such body fluids are tears, mucous, saliva and urine.\n\n\nZinc must be in proper balance to assist over 25 enzymatic functions, including digestion, metabolism, and reproduction. Often food processing removes all Zinc from the food we eat. Without Zinc in our diets, the proper assimilation of vitamins is nearly impossible.\n\nNormal growth and development of young people is very dependent upon Zinc. The normal maintenance of body tissue, sexual functions, and chemical detoxification are all closely related to the amount of Zinc in the body. Zinc is also very important in the workings of the immune system and the synthesis of DNA in our cells. \n\nZinc is stored in the thyroid, pancreas, liver, kidneys, bones, voluntary muscles, prostate, sperm, skin, hair, nails, white corpuscles and whites of the eyes.\n\nSuggested Use for Zinc:\nAdults: 1\/2 to 1 teaspoon daily. May be added to fruit or vegetable juice.\nConsult a health care practitioner for use with individuals under the age of 14.\n \n\nImportant Notes Concerning Zinc:\nThe suggested daily amount of Zinc is an absolute minimum intended to supplement a very well balanced diet. Should your diet be less than perfect, increasing your Zinc intake may be beneficial. Since ionic Zinc does not build up in the body, it never reaches toxic levels. Therefore feel free to find the amount that works best for you. 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Food sources: Spinach, sunflower seeds, mushrooms, whole grains, red meat and brewer's yeast. Daily dose: 12 mg. Warnings: Too much can interfere with iron absorption. \n\nZinc is considered an antioxidant. Zinc is also a natural antibacterial and anti-viral mineral. Zinc helps to stop the replication process of the virus or bacteria. Those body fluids containing the most water also contain the most Zinc. Examples of such body fluids are tears, mucous, saliva and urine.\n\n\nZinc must be in proper balance to assist over 25 enzymatic functions, including digestion, metabolism, and reproduction. Often food processing removes all Zinc from the food we eat. Without Zinc in our diets, the proper assimilation of vitamins is nearly impossible.\n\nNormal growth and development of young people is very dependent upon Zinc. The normal maintenance of body tissue, sexual functions, and chemical detoxification are all closely related to the amount of Zinc in the body. Zinc is also very important in the workings of the immune system and the synthesis of DNA in our cells. \n\nZinc is stored in the thyroid, pancreas, liver, kidneys, bones, voluntary muscles, prostate, sperm, skin, hair, nails, white corpuscles and whites of the eyes.\n\nSuggested Use for Zinc:\nAdults: 1\/2 to 1 teaspoon daily. May be added to fruit or vegetable juice.\nConsult a health care practitioner for use with individuals under the age of 14.\n \n\nImportant Notes Concerning Zinc:\nThe suggested daily amount of Zinc is an absolute minimum intended to supplement a very well balanced diet. Should your diet be less than perfect, increasing your Zinc intake may be beneficial. Since ionic Zinc does not build up in the body, it never reaches toxic levels. Therefore feel free to find the amount that works best for you. Zinc is best taken in the morning, as it opposes Calcium and Copper which typically are consumed in the evening."}

Healthy Hair Minerals - Zinc 32 oz

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Zinc and Vitamin A work together; a deficiency in either can lead to dry hair and oily skin. Food sources: Spinach, sunflower seeds, mushrooms, whole grains, red meat and brewer's yeast. Daily dose: 12 mg. Warnings: Too much can interfere with iron absorption. Zinc is considered an antioxidant. Zinc is also a natural antibacterial and anti-viral mineral. Zinc helps to stop the replication process of the virus or bacteria. Those body fluids containing the most water also contain the most Zinc. Examples of such body fluids are tears, mucous, saliva and urine. Zinc must be in proper balance to assist over 25 enzymatic functions, including digestion, metabolism, and reproduction. Often food processing removes all Zinc from the food we eat. Without Zinc in our diets, the proper assimilation of vitamins is nearly impossible. Normal growth and development of young people is very dependent upon Zinc. The normal maintenance of body tissue, sexual functions, and chemical detoxification are all closely related to the amount of Zinc in the body. Zinc is also very important in the workings of the immune system and the synthesis of DNA in our cells. Zinc is stored in the thyroid, pancreas, liver, kidneys, bones, voluntary muscles, prostate, sperm, skin, hair, nails, white corpuscles and whites of the eyes. Suggested Use for Zinc: Adults: 1/2 to 1 teaspoon daily. May be added to fruit or vegetable juice. Consult a health care practitioner for use with individuals under the age of 14. Important Notes Concerning Zinc: The suggested daily amount of Zinc is an absolute minimum intended to supplement a very well balanced diet. Should your diet be less than perfect, increasing your Zinc intake may be beneficial. Since ionic Zinc does not build up in the body, it never reaches toxic levels. Therefore feel free to find the amount that works best for you. Zinc is best taken in the morning, as it opposes Calcium and Copper which typically are consumed in the evening.