All about Nano Zinc

Assists with: Lowered immunity, Eye disorders, Viral infections, Allergies & Diabeates

Nano Zinc

Zinc is one of the most important trace elements needed by the body and plays an important role in our immunity, growth and skin repair.

Zinc is, like chromium, copper and iodine, a trace element. Trace elements are minerals which you need in only tiny (trace) amounts. Zinc is needed to produce many of the enzymes involved in metabolism. Your body uses it to build proteins and to develop and repair tissues. It contributes to healthy bones, hair, skin and nails, good mental function, a strong immune system and fertility of both men and women.

About 30% of the population is deficientin zinc. Good sources of zinc include seeds and nuts, especially pumpkin seeds, cashews and almonds, chickpeas and beans. Zinc can also be found in various sea foods particularly oysters as well as in various meats.

Get too little zinc and you can suffer from a weakened immune system, disorders of the skin, mucous membranes and the skeleton. Lack of zinc can reduce the sense of smell and taste and even cause night blindness.Newborn babies with a zinc deficiency tend not to grow at normal rates.

When you should take Nano Zinc internally:Skin problems such as warts, acne and shingles. Zinc has anti-inflammatory properties and is anti-viral. inc also regulates sebum production and helps prevent acne.

Poor wound healing.
Zinc an essential trace element for recovery of skin and mucous membranes. For example, zinc stimulates the white blood cells, which promotes repair processes, and zinc is a component of tissue/mucous layer collagen, a key protein in the skin.

Friendly bacteria live on White spots and stripes on the nails indicate a lack of keratin, a protein a Allergies. Besides the component of hair and nail. Zinc is necessary for the production of keratin.

What does Zinc assit with?

  • Hair loss.
  • Eye disorders such as night blindness, cataracts and macular degeneration. Zinc is used in the eye and protects the eyes from free radical damage. In the regulation ofaddition, zinc converts beta-carotene into vitamin A, and is an important anti-oxidant for the eyes.
  • Lowered immunity. Zinc stimulates white blood cells and is an essential part of our immune system.
  • Viral infections such as colds and flu.
  • Sore throat, hoarseness and mouth ulcers. inc is anti-inflammatory and has mucosal healing properties.
  • Decreased taste and smell. These situations are often caused by a chronic zinc deficiency.
  • Fertility disorders in men and women. Zinc is important for a good sperm count, sperm mobility and testosterone levels. Some studies show that zinc may aid in the creation of a superior quality egg (ovum) that is morelielyto be fertilized and produce a healthy child.
  • Prostate complaints. The prostate needs a lot of zinc, in fact healthy prostate tissue contains the body’s highest concentrations of zinc. A deficiencycan cause problematic symptoms.
  • Use of the contraceptive pill This robs zinc from the body.Growing children, pregnant women and intense athletes all have an increased need for zinc.
  • Developmental disorders such as autism. Studies show zinc deficiencies in people with autism.
  • Concentration and attention disorders like ADHD. Zinc is an essential trace element for proper cognitive function, a chronic deficiency can even lead to mental disorders.
  • The brain needs lots of zinc which it uses for its memory functions as well as to deal more effectively with stress.
  • Stomach / intestinal complaints such as stomach ulcers and leaky gut.
  • Zinc is of particular importance for the recovery of the mucosa (soft tissue/mucous layer) in the stomach and intestines which is vital as friendly bacteria live in the mucous layer of the intestines.
  • Allergies. Besides the importance of zinc for the immune system, zinc also has an anti-histaminic effect.
  • Diabetes type 1 and 2. Zinc is essential for the correct processing storage, secretion and action of insulin, and so plays an important role in the regulation of blood glucose.
  • In autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis. chronic deficdency of zinc plays a role in the onset of auto-immune disorders.
  • With regular use of alcohol. Icohol blocks the uptake of zinc and at the same time it is needed to break down alcohol in the liver. Regular alcohol consumption usually leads very quickly to a zinc deficiency.


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