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Zinc

Best for

Immune Support & Balance

Best Taken

Before or after meals

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Hypoallergenic

Heavy Metal & Microbe Tested

Zinc Vitamin Info 

Zinc is an essential mineral, meaning that the body does not produce its own Zinc. It is important for immune function, skin & digestive health.

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Zinc is a mineral and is best absorbed when taken with food.

Zinc absorption can be inhibited by foods such as whole-grain breads & cereals.

The Autumn formulation also contains copper, to reduce risk of copper deficiency with long-term zinc supplementation.

Zinc can be found in meat, shellfish, nuts and seeds. Examples of these include beef, oysters, crab, lobster, cashews, and pumpkin seeds.

Zinc levels can be measured in your blood by a health care practitioner to help confirm ideal dosing and safety.

Zinc in large doses can be toxic, so keep away from children and consult a health care practitioner if you have any concerns about what dose is right for you.

Zinc can interact with some medications. We have accounted for some, as per the lifestyle questionnaire you completed, and adjusted your recommendation. However, it may be indicated to discuss supplementation with your health care provider to ensure it's right for you.

Zinc can cause mild digestive upset if taken on an empty stomach. It can also impact iron and medication absorption. Take zinc 4-6 hours away from these.

Not intended for children. If you are pregnant, may become pregnant or are lactating, do not use these products without first consulting your health care provider.

Zinc plays a role in both the innate (short term) and adaptive (long term) immune responses.

Skin concerns have been linked with lower levels of zinc in the serum and skin. Zinc can also be used topically for some skin concerns.

Vegetarian and Vegan diets can lead to a zinc deficiency due to the low zinc content of vegetables.