Item# Name Size & Form Brand Price Retail Actions
Item# 31143114 Zinc
by WaterOzWaterOz $25.74 (retail $30.90)$30.90 Discontinued Wishlist
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 tsp Servings Per Container: 192
Calories - 0 Calories from fat - 0
Amount per serving % Daily* Value
Total Fat
Total Carbohydrate
Zinc 100 +/- parts per million

*Percent Daily Values are based on the 2000 Calorie Diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
**Daily value not established.

Ingredients: Distilled Water and 99.9% Zinc.

Suggested Dosage:
Adults: 1 teaspoon daily,
Children: 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon daily
Or as recommended by your health care professional

In the 1800’s surgeons used zinc as an antiseptic/antibiotic after surgery and it was noted for its healing properties. Lack of zinc in pregnant women can result in numerous birth defects such as: Down’s Syndrome, cleft lip, spina bifida, clubbed limbs, hiatal hernia, and umbilical hernias. Zinc is anti-bacterial, anti-viral and is found in all the body fluids, including the moisture in the eyes, lungs, nose, urine, and saliva.
A deficiency of zinc can lead to a wide variety of degenerative diseases and illnesses. Zinc deficiency is common due to depletion of our soil and losses associated with food processing. Zinc aids in: the proper assimilation of vitamins, normal growth and development, maintenance of body tissues, sexual function, immune system, chemical detoxification, synthesis of DNA, and helps reduce healing time both before and after surgery. It is an anti-oxidant, and must be in proper balance to assist some 25 enzymes in various functions involving digestion, metabolism, and reproduction.

Because zinc moves through all the fluids in the body, it creates a defense against infection-causing bacteria and viruses trying to enter the body and stops bacterial and viral replication. Zinc is stored in the thyroid, pancreas, liver, kidneys, bones, voluntary muscles, prostate, sperm, skin, hair, nails, white blood corpuscles and parts of the eyes.

Some symptoms of a zinc deficiency:
• Angina
• Herpes
• Alzheimer’s
• Hypertension
• Anemia
• Hair loss
• Anthrax
• Infertility
• Alcoholism
• Infection
• Acne
• Libido
• Anorexia & Bulimia
• Loss of smell and taste
• Body odor
• Miscarriages
• Birth defects
• Obesity
• Cavities
• Chohn’s Disease
• Still births
• Depression
• Thyroid disorders
• Diabetes
• Urinary tract infections
• Eye diseases
• Free radical damage

Natural sources: oysters, red meat, liver, egg yolks, whole grains, nuts, legumes, poultry, seafood, Brewer’s yeast, mushrooms.

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