If you are considering effective ways to keep your immune system strong this winter, then include Foodstate Zinc in your program. What Does It Do?
Are You Zinc Deficient? Surveys found that 70% of the adult population of western nations are deficient in zinc due to poor quality farm soil
It’s a Powerful Antioxidant: This powerful antioxidant mineral helps to treat the common cold, flu, and helps prevent bacterial and viral diseases.
It Supports Healthy Skin: Zinc helps enhance the health and appearance of skin by stimulating collagen, a protein that keeps the skin soft, supple and younger looking. Almost 20% of our zinc is stored in the skin
It Improves Mental Health: Our brain needs optimum zinc to improve memory, learning and mood. Zinc deficiency has been linked with anxiety and depression
It Improves Sexual Performance: Zinc can improve sexual performance. Because zinc is concentrated in the prostate gland, male impotence can be caused by zinc deficiency
It Enhances Your Sense of Taste: Poor sense of taste can be the result of zinc deficiency, increased sense of thirst can also be associated with a zinc deficiency
Beware Body Odour: Body odour can result when there is a of Zinc deficiency.
Weak Nails: The nails of people with zinc deficiency may show white specks and their nails will be more prone to splitting
Better Digestive health: Optimum zinc has been shown to be beneficial for many disturbances of the Digestive System
Why Foodstate Zinc?
In Peer reviewed studies the Foodstate Zinc was much more effective compared to chemical forms with 72% more absorbed into blood and 87% more retained in liver and excreted much more slowly demonstrating that the Foodstate Zinc is stored much more in body tissues than other forms of Zinc