Dietary supplement of zinc and vitamins B3, B5 and B6. Zinc contributes to the normal immune function and to the normal fertility and reproduction. Group-B vitamins contribute to the normal energy metabolism.
Also suitable for vegetarians, vegans, celiacs, pregnant women and elderly people.
Fillers: calcium phosphate, cellulose; zinc citrate, zinc gluconate; anti-caking agents: magnesium salts of fatty acids, silicon dioxide; Niacin (nicotinamide), zinc pidolate, vitamin B5 (calcium D-pantothenate), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride).
Instructions for use
1 tablet a day, preferably before meals.
Treatment can be repeated cyclically at different times of the year.
The foods that contain the highest quantities of zinc are oysters, molluscs and sea-fish.
Pumpkin seeds are among the non-animal foods that contain zinc in moderate quantities.
Zinc deficiency was first identified beyond doubt in certain Middle Eastern countries, where poor diet with insufficient nutrients was adversely affecting the development of children and their transition to sexual maturity.
Subsequent studies have shown that it is essential to the correct functioning of over 100 enzymes in the body.
The same applies to certain group-B vitamins, which act in synergy with zinc to optimise its effects.
Zinc plays an important part in keeping skin healthy and in the process of cell division.
This mineral is also an essential element for the body's defensive cells, with particular reference to T lymphocytes, and protects the cells against damage from free radicals.
Zinc can also play a useful role in promoting the metabolism of macro-nutrients, including sugars.
An interesting fact: reduced sensitivity to odours is sometimes linked with zinc deficiency.