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Zinc ( Chelated )

Zinc ( Chelated )
Size:    (150 tablets)
Price:   $41.04
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Zinc is essential for countless functions within the body. The tablets are chelated for better absorption and contain 15 mg of pharmaceutical grade zinc.
  • In addition to its proven ability to reduce the severity and duration of common cold symptoms, zinc supports healthy reproduction and energy metabolism, normal prostate function, and the healing of wounds. GNLD NeoLife provides high-purity and high-potency zinc, plus natural amino acid chelation for improved absorption.
  • Zinc is a mineral that the body needs to help the immune system, in wound healing, and in the breakdown of carbohydrates. Second only to iron in its concentration in the body, zinc is found in protein-rich foods such as meat, peanuts and peanut butter, and legumes.
  • Adults: take 1 Zinc tablet per day, or as directed by a physician.
  • Children: (under 12 years) take as directed by a physician.
  • The human body needs zinc to make DNA, RNA, insulin, for dozens of critical enzymatic reactions, and to facilitate immune response and cellular repair and renewal.
  • Zinc is also vitally important for healthy skin, connective tissue and normal prostate function.
  • Zinc also supports healthy reproduction and energy metabolism, and the healing of wounds.
  • There is a significantly higher zinc absorption from GNLD's unique double amino chelates.
  • GNLD's zinc is pure and potent and made from pharmaceutical grade, natural raw material.
  • The unique chelation process reduces the chance of stomach irritation.
  • Store GNLD's Chelated Zinc in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.
  • The product is packaged with safety seal.
  • Always read the label on the bottle
  • Use only as directed, unless under the advice of your health care professional.
  • Works most effectively when complemented with a balanced diet.
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