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Asclepius Zinc Bisglycinate - 120 Tablets

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Zinc is of incredible importance for the human body. It has Influence on numerous functions and processes and is a functional component of over 300 enzymes. Zinc Bisglycinate from Gods Rage provides the optimum dose of the trace element, because you Health should be as important as the god Asclepius.
  • High dose zinc Bisglycina
  • Dosage form with the highest bioavailability for the human body
  • Scientifically proven active ingredient
  • Numerous positive properties
  • Easy to dose tablet form
  • Proven quality - Made in Germany
Nutritional values and ingredients
CompositionPer capsule% (NRV*)
Zinc50 mg500%


Ingredients: ) Filler and pressing aid: microcrystalline cellulose, zinc bisglycinate, anti-caking agent: magnesium salts of fatty acid.

*Percent of the recommended daily intake according to Regulation (EU) No. 1196/2011.

**No nutrient reference values (NRV) available.

Consumption recommendation

Spartiate, take 1/2 tablet daily unchewed with plenty of liquid.

Notes

Food supplements are not intended as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake indicated. Keep out of reach of small children!

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Content: 120 tablets Item No.: 6657

Zinc was already known in ancient times as an effective and efficient remedy. It is an essential trace element that is also found in small quantities in our food. Since your body cannot produce zinc itself from other compounds, it is dependent on a supply through food or in the form of supplements. In the human body, zinc is involved in countless vital processes and is a central building block for more than 300 enzymes. Without the trace element, many crucial bodily functions would not be possible (1,2,3,4). In addition to its important role in immune system function, (1) zinc also plays a crucial role in wound healing (4) and anti-inflammation (5).

However, the functions and benefits of zinc do not stop there. Researchers demonstrated in several studies the influence of Zinc on the production of important anabolic hormones (6,7,8). Studies also showed that zinc plays a supporting role in the optimal functioning of protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism (9,10). Both aspects are of central importance for muscle building and fat burning, which in conclusion also means that a deficiency could potentially severely restrict these processes (10). Zinc is also used in numerous other fields. It is used in dermatology to counteract skin blemishes (11) and has been used successfully in studies to treat depression in test subjects (12).

Zinc is thus an important component in maintaining many normal functions of the human body. Researchers have found that, for this reason, the symptoms and consequences of zinc deficiency can vary greatly and be multifaceted. In test subjects, they ranged from lack of drive, impaired concentration and reduced physical performance to many other symptoms (13,14).

In practice, Zinc Bisglycinate has proven to be the best form of zinc supplementation. The Bisglycinate form has the highest bioavailability and is significantly more absorbable by the body. Thus, with Zinc Bisglycinate, Gods Rage provides a product that is ideally suited as a dietary supplement to counteract a too low zinc level.

Important: Zinc is an essential trace element and a deficiency can have many consequences. However, an overdose can also lead to many negative effects (1,15), which is why zinc supplementation should always be done with caution.

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