Zinc is required for a proper growth and maintenance of the body. It is found in various systems and biological ways, and is very essential for the immune function, blood clotting, thyroid function, wound healing and many more. Food items like dairy products, meats, nuts, seafood, whole grains and legumes are rich source of zinc.
However, despite there are many channels to intake zinc, zinc deficiency is still common worldwide. The symptoms includes lower immunity, more proneness for ailments and diseases, slowed growth, loss of appetite, low insulin levels, slow wound healing, nausea etc. While moderate deficiency can be linked with disorders of the intestine which later affects the food absorption, chronic kidney failure etc.
Having supplements that have zinc in it complete your overall diet, and helps to compensate for the any loss of nutrients that gets missed out due to inadequate or improper food diet.
consists of Natural Vitamin C from Amla Extract and Zinc which helps strengthen immune system and helps protect against harmful pathogens.
There are various benefits of Zinc, some of which are:
1) Regulates immune system:
The human body requires zinc to activate T lymphocytes (T cells). The T cells helps the body to control and regulate immune responses and to attack affected cells. If you are prone to Zinc deficiency it can severely hamper your immune system functions.
2) Zinc helps in treating Acne
Acne is caused by obstruction of oil-producing glands, inflammation and bacteria. However, zinc is known for its ability to treat acne by reducing inflammation, and suppressing oily gland activity.
3) Zinc impacts learning and memory process:
plays a crucial role in regulating neurons communication with each other, hence improving a person’s learning and memorising process
4) Zinc for Cold
Zinc is very helpful for cold. It helps to reduce the duration of cold if a person is suffering. And also helps in reducing the severity and duration of the cold
5) Zinc in wound healing
Zinc plays a vital role in maintaining skin structure and integrity. People who undergo chronic wounds and ulcers are often observed to have low zinc level in the body. While a zinc deficiency can slow wound healing, supplementing with zinc can help in accelerating recovery in people with wounds.
A major eyesight issue in the later stage of human being is often believed to be caused by oxidative stress. According to some studies zinc supplementation can slow the progression of the disease, possibly by preventing oxidative damage to the retina.
7) Hair Loss
According to reports, zinc is a highly helpful nutrient to prevent hair loss. Zinc’s
antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant effects on the scalp are potentially involved to increase the hair density