Zinc Sustain features 30mg of zinc in an amino acid chelate form. Zinc has many physiological roles and is involved in the major metabolic pathways of the body.Read more
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BioCeuticals Zinc Sustain
BioCeuticals Zinc Sustain features 30mg of zinc in an amino acid chelate form. Zinc has many physiological roles and is involved in the major metabolic pathways of the body.
* Includes magnesium as well as vitamins A, B6 and C which are important cofactors for zinc absorption.
* People with increased needs for zinc may include adolescents, pregnant and lactating women, the elderly, and strict vegetarians.
* Zinc and vitamins A and C have demonstrated roles in the maintenance of a healthy immune system and healthy skin.
* Nutritional support for the maintenance of healthy sperm and prostate function.
Each Tablet Contains:
- Zinc (as amino acid chelate) 30mg
- Magnesium (as amino acid chelate) 20mg
- Retinyl acetate 450µg RE* equiv. vitamin A 1500IU
- Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 100mg
- Pyridoxine hydrochloride 30mg equiv. pyridoxine (vitamin B6) 24.75mg
*RE = retino equivalents
Adults: Take 1 tablet daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Reviews - Zinc Sustain
This Zinc Sustain supplement was prescribed by my clinical nutritionist, Oscar Sande, located in Victoria, Australia (and we had Skype appointments). This zinc was a huge turn around in my energy levels. I was able to start exercising again, after being so exhausted. As I suffer terribly in the cold weather, having the zinc as a winter support was life changing. I am never without it now, it was a massive step forward in my health journey. Also, if I suspect a virus coming on, or cut myself and am slow healing, I take an extra zinc for a few days, and the ivrus doesn't develop, or the would heals much more quickly than normal.Fiona T,