If you’re suffering from a zinc deficiency‚ you may experience frequent infections‚ hair loss‚ loss of appetite‚ loss of senses like taste or smell‚ and impaired vision. Zinc deficiency due to your diet‚ stress‚ or hereditary factors can result in a host of different symptoms. This mineral is needed for immune health‚ and also promotes wound healing and the breaking down of carbohydrates in the body.
For all of these reasons‚ zinc is one of the most important minerals for maintaining your overall health. Foods that are high in protein—like beef‚ pork‚ and lamb—are good sources of zinc‚ as are nuts‚ whole grains‚ yeast‚ and legumes are also good sources of zinc. If you don’t get a lot of these foods in your diet‚ you should consider taking a supplement like Biotics Research’s Aqueous Zinc‚ which offers zinc in an aqueous (liquid) form. It’s the only active ingredient in this supplement‚ so you don’t have to worry about any dangerous side effects.
Some studies show that taking zinc within 24 hours of experiencing the start of common cold symptoms can make them less severe‚ and decrease the amount of time that you’re sick. Some evidence also suggests that this mineral can also support reproductive health in for both men and women.
One bottle of this liquid supplement contains four ounces of Aqueous Zinc by Biotics Research‚ and should last for at least one month at the recommended dosage of one teaspoon‚ one or two times daily. If you suspect that you have a mineral or vitamin deficiency‚ consult your doctor or other healthcare provider right away for supplementation and treatment options.
Biotics Research is committed to formulating and manufacturing innovative supplements. Its research and development arm is at the forefront of new developments in clinical nutrition‚ discovering and analyzing the benefits of new ingredients. In addition‚ all products supplied by Biotics Research have been shown to be effective and safe.
Two (2) teaspoons one (1) to two (2) times daily as a dietary supplement or as otherwise directed by a healthcare professional.