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Zinc Picolinate 22mg Zinc Picolinate 22mg

Swanson Zinc Picolinate is a dietary supplement containing highly bioavailable form of zinc in the form of picolinate. It constitutes a combination of ion zinc salt with picolinic acid, which is characterized by high safety of use and maximal assimilability. The preparation brings benefits, among others in the form the improvement of skin, hair and nails condition, it strengthens the immune system, nervous and digestive systems and also helps to maintain proper sexual functions.

Zinc is an element, which has a comprehensive effect on the human organism. It takes part among others in the proper growth and development, stabilization of the functioning of the immune system and reception of aural and taste stimuli. Moreover, it supports thinking processes, improves concentration and the ability to memorize and also takes part in repairing DNA, apoptosis induction and inhibition and also it helps to maintain balance between the processes of oxidation and reduction.

Zinc belongs to microelements, i.e. the elements, the daily needs for which is lower than 100 mg/day. This element appears naturally in, i.a. meat, eggs, sunflower seeds and sprouts and its absorption takes place in duodenum and small intestine. The highest content of zinc in the organism was observed in many organs and tissues: skin, brain, muscles, bones, liver, kidneys. It is important that zinc is not accumulated in the organism, therefore its proper supply in a diet is incredibly vital.

Need for zinc
The need for zinc is not the same at all periods of life and is dependent on many factors, i.a. the level of assimilability from a diet, interaction with other elements, the size of endogenous zinc pool and also the level of its elimination with urine, stool, menstruation blood or sweat. The highest need for zinc appears in the period of intestine growth and the growth of new tissues and also in the period of pubescence, pregnancy and lactation.

The causes and consequences of zinc deficits
The main cause of zinc deficit is primarily its insufficient supply in a diet (vegetarian diet, slimming therapies, eating a lot of excessively processed food, chemicals in farming, contaminated environment and depleted soils). Other causes are also the disorders in assimilating this element and its excessive elimination from the organism, which may be caused, i.a. by inflammatory diseases of the intestines, malabsorption, kidney diseases, diabetes or long-lasting diarrhea.

The symptoms of zinc deficits in adults usually appear as skin changes (excessive skin oiliness, erythema, stretch marks, paleness, wound healing disorders). Other symptoms are also observed, such as nail fragility, appetite disorders, excessive hair loss and also decreased sexual functions – lower libido, prostate inflammation, fertility disorders. Improper zinc supply also negatively influences the function of the immune and nervous system – increases the risk of cognitive disorders, neurodegenerative diseases, depression and cancers.

Zinc and sense of taste
Zinc plays a role of gustine cofactor, i.e. a protein located in taste receptors, therefore playing an incredibly vital role in the process of feeling taste. It has been observed that low level of zinc in saliva and serum is correlated with lower level of gustine, which leads to taste disorders and appetite loss.

Support for the digestive system
Improper zinc supply in the organism may be conducive to the development of many diseases of the digestive system, mainly by weakening epithelial barrier. Zinc supplementation may contribute to sealing and decreasing the secretion of juices to the intestinal lumen, in relation to which this element is also used to counteract diarrheas of various origin.  Zinc also indirectly contributes to protecting against diarrheas, especially infectious ones – by strengthening the activity of the immune system. It is also suspected that this element has an inhibiting effect on the secretion of hydrochloric acid in the stomach, which may have a positive influence in case of stomach ulcers and reflux.

Healthy hair, skin and nails
Zinc is a key element to maintain proper condition of skin, hair and nails. This element has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and also plays an important role in wound healing. The effect of zinc is used among others in case of alleviating acne, dandruff, skin infections as well as ulcerations and abscesses. Zinc may also be used in order to fight bad breath.

Summing up,  Swanson Zinc Picolinate is a dietary supplement with a wide spectrum of applications. The preparation is recommended especially in case of the deterioration of the condition of skin, hair and nails, digestive system disorders, taste disorders, weaker immunity and lower sexual ability. 

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Description
  • Maintains proper condition of skin, hair and nails
  • Supports maintaining the stability of cell membranes
  • Supports the functioning of the immune system
  • Constitutes a preventive measure in neurodegenerative diseases
  • Helpful in fighting diarrheas of various etiologies

Swanson Zinc Picolinate is a dietary supplement containing highly bioavailable form of zinc in the form of picolinate. It constitutes a combination of ion zinc salt with picolinic acid, which is characterized by high safety of use and maximal assimilability. The preparation brings benefits, among others in the form the improvement of skin, hair and nails condition, it strengthens the immune system, nervous and digestive systems and also helps to maintain proper sexual functions.

Zinc is an element, which has a comprehensive effect on the human organism. It takes part among others in the proper growth and development, stabilization of the functioning of the immune system and reception of aural and taste stimuli. Moreover, it supports thinking processes, improves concentration and the ability to memorize and also takes part in repairing DNA, apoptosis induction and inhibition and also it helps to maintain balance between the processes of oxidation and reduction.

Zinc belongs to microelements, i.e. the elements, the daily needs for which is lower than 100 mg/day. This element appears naturally in, i.a. meat, eggs, sunflower seeds and sprouts and its absorption takes place in duodenum and small intestine. The highest content of zinc in the organism was observed in many organs and tissues: skin, brain, muscles, bones, liver, kidneys. It is important that zinc is not accumulated in the organism, therefore its proper supply in a diet is incredibly vital.

Need for zinc
The need for zinc is not the same at all periods of life and is dependent on many factors, i.a. the level of assimilability from a diet, interaction with other elements, the size of endogenous zinc pool and also the level of its elimination with urine, stool, menstruation blood or sweat. The highest need for zinc appears in the period of intestine growth and the growth of new tissues and also in the period of pubescence, pregnancy and lactation.

The causes and consequences of zinc deficits
The main cause of zinc deficit is primarily its insufficient supply in a diet (vegetarian diet, slimming therapies, eating a lot of excessively processed food, chemicals in farming, contaminated environment and depleted soils). Other causes are also the disorders in assimilating this element and its excessive elimination from the organism, which may be caused, i.a. by inflammatory diseases of the intestines, malabsorption, kidney diseases, diabetes or long-lasting diarrhea.

The symptoms of zinc deficits in adults usually appear as skin changes (excessive skin oiliness, erythema, stretch marks, paleness, wound healing disorders). Other symptoms are also observed, such as nail fragility, appetite disorders, excessive hair loss and also decreased sexual functions – lower libido, prostate inflammation, fertility disorders. Improper zinc supply also negatively influences the function of the immune and nervous system – increases the risk of cognitive disorders, neurodegenerative diseases, depression and cancers.

Zinc and sense of taste
Zinc plays a role of gustine cofactor, i.e. a protein located in taste receptors, therefore playing an incredibly vital role in the process of feeling taste. It has been observed that low level of zinc in saliva and serum is correlated with lower level of gustine, which leads to taste disorders and appetite loss.

Support for the digestive system
Improper zinc supply in the organism may be conducive to the development of many diseases of the digestive system, mainly by weakening epithelial barrier. Zinc supplementation may contribute to sealing and decreasing the secretion of juices to the intestinal lumen, in relation to which this element is also used to counteract diarrheas of various origin.  Zinc also indirectly contributes to protecting against diarrheas, especially infectious ones – by strengthening the activity of the immune system. It is also suspected that this element has an inhibiting effect on the secretion of hydrochloric acid in the stomach, which may have a positive influence in case of stomach ulcers and reflux.

Healthy hair, skin and nails
Zinc is a key element to maintain proper condition of skin, hair and nails. This element has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and also plays an important role in wound healing. The effect of zinc is used among others in case of alleviating acne, dandruff, skin infections as well as ulcerations and abscesses. Zinc may also be used in order to fight bad breath.

Summing up,  Swanson Zinc Picolinate is a dietary supplement with a wide spectrum of applications. The preparation is recommended especially in case of the deterioration of the condition of skin, hair and nails, digestive system disorders, taste disorders, weaker immunity and lower sexual ability. 

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Composition

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Container size: 60 capsulesServing size: 1 capsuleServings per container: 60
per 1 capsuleamount%DV
Zinc (as Zinc Picolinate)22 mg*

Other ingrednients

Capsule (Gelatin), Bulking agent (Microcrystalline cellulose), Anti-caking agent (Magnesium salts of fatty acids, silicon dioxide).

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Zinc

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Zinc (chemical element from transition group 12) belongs to the trace elements, it helps maintain acid-base balance of the body, protein, energy, lipid and carbohydrate metabolism. It provides bone metabolism and transport of oxygen. It protects the body against free radicals. Necessary for the proper operation of the senses of taste and smell. Positive impact on the process of insulin metabolism in the pancreas. It supports visual adaptation to the dark, has a significant influence on brain function. It is helpful in the treatment of infertility and mental illness.
Zinc deficiency leads to decreased immunity, and growth retardation. Zinc deficiency can occur in case of excessive consumption of simple sugars. In the case of hormonal therapy of women with irregular menstruation, the therapy should be associated with increased consumption of zinc. It can be found in food like: beans, eggs, carrots, beef and pork meat, milk, nuts, citrus fruits, seafood, rice, cottage cheese, lettuce.
Dosage: Daily 12-15 mg zinc. Exceeding the daily dose of 20 mg cause symptoms of poisoning of the body.

 

Zinc picolinate

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Zinc picolinate – an organic zinc salt, its highly available form of proven ability to increase the element level in the body system. Zinc belongs to the microelements essential for the human body system and the demand results mainly from the fact that it is present in active centres of many enzymes conducting the reactions responsible for homeostasis.

It forms also protein domains binding DNA, called also zinc fingers, which determines the activity of many regulatory proteins. The proper supply of zinc ensures smooth functioning of the immune system. It affects also metabolism, both by modifications of digestive enzymes activity and influence on insulin secretion in beta pancreatic cells.

Zinc protects also the cells from the action of free radicals. The proper supply of the element can also increase testosterone synthesis, as it reduces the activity of aromatase. In men, zinc prevents prostate cancer and in women – regulates menstruation.

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