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  • Immunity

Zinc

Immunity Z

  • Boosts immune health*
  • Supports a vegan diet
  • Manufactured in the United States
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Vegetarian
Vegetarian
Gluten-Free
Gluten-Free
Vegan
Vegan
The basics
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Strong Research
Zinc is essential for the human body, playing a role in the function of over 300 critical enzymes. It's important to get the daily recommended amount of this essential mineral, but it is largely found in non-vegetarian foods, like beef, lamb, and oysters. Vegetarians and vegans, in particular, are at risk for inadequate zinc intake, which affects both the immune and digestive systems.
The basics
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Did you know?

Zinc has been used since ancient times to produce the alloy brass.

Research and benefits

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Helps maintain a healthy immune system

Zinc has been studied for many years for its beneficial effects on the immune system and praised for its antioxidant properties.* Zinc supplementation is most beneficial to those who do not get enough zinc in their diet.

Number of studies
2
Years of studies
2007-2008
Double-blind placebo
Yes

Zinc has been studied for many years for its beneficial effects on the immune system and praised for its antioxidant properties.* Zinc supplementation is most beneficial to those who do not get enough zinc in their diet.

Supports digestion

Zinc has been shown to help relieve occasional indigestion for those whose diets don’t naturally include it, like vegetarians or vegans. Zinc supports the healthy production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach which helps break down food so it can be easily absorbed by the small intestine.*

Number of studies
4
Years of studies
2011-2020
Double-blind placebo
No

Zinc has been shown to help relieve occasional indigestion for those whose diets don’t naturally include it, like vegetarians or vegans. Zinc supports the healthy production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach which helps break down food so it can be easily absorbed by the small intestine.*

Vegetarians have a higher risk of deficiency

Vegetarians and vegans are often deficient in zinc because it is largely found in non-vegetarian foods, like beef, lamb, and oysters.

Number of studies
1
Years of studies
2020
Double-blind placebo
No

Vegetarians and vegans are often deficient in zinc because it is largely found in non-vegetarian foods, like beef, lamb, and oysters.

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Manufactured in the U.S.

Our zinc supplement is manufactured in the United States. We produce our capusles with a blend of zinc and copper compounds, and encapsulate them in the U.S. They are then tested for purity.

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Better
ingredients

Zinc and copper work together in the body, so it’s important to ensure these minerals are balanced. Taking zinc can lower copper stores, which can have adverse health effects, so we combine our zinc supplement with added copper to ensure mineral balance.

Copper for balance ·
Copper for balance ·

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