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Zinc is another trace mineral that you need to obtain from your diet each day.

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According to the National Institutes of Health1, adequate zinc works for you in so many ways:

  • To improve your ability to taste food.

  • To build and maintain your immune system.

  • To restore and maintain the mucus layer in the stomach and intestine (protection from invasive microbes).

  • Zinc plays a role in antiviral immunity2 and decreases incidence of infections in people over 55 years of age.3

  • Zinc may also help reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration,

    • Reduce the duration of the common cold

    • Reduce the risk of gum disease

    • Reduce bad breath, and reduce the duration of diarrhea.


A recent National Institutes of Health study indicates that American adults may lack adequate levels of zinc.4

Look At The Label!


Daily requirements are not large – 15 mg of zinc for an adult - more simply gets excreted.


The type of zinc salt is important. The OXIDE and SULFATE are commonly used but taste terrible and are poorly bioavailable. The GLUCONATE is a better source but still tastes awful and can cause nausea and tummy upsets.


Inexpensive zinc salts may be contaminated with CADMIUM, a toxic mineral.


The label may include a long list of vitamins, minerals, and herbs. The mixture may reduce the bioavailability of zinc and its ability to provide immune support.

ZING is Optimal - Look at Our Label!

  • One chewable provides 15 mg of Zinc – exactly what your body needs.

  • Zinc is provided as the carnosine complex, one of the most highly bioavailable forms.5

    • Important for many normal body functions including the proper function and development of the muscles, heart, liver, kidneys, brain, and many other organs

  • Carnosine is a natural amino acid that is a versatile antioxidant and antiglycating agent.6,7

  • Added Vitamin C provides complementary support for immune health.



2 Read SA, Obeid S, Ahlenstiel C, Ahlenstiel G. The Role of Zinc in Antiviral Immunity. Adv Nutr. 2019 Jul 1; 10(4): 696-710.

3 Prasad AS, Beck FW, Bao B, Fitzgerald JT, Snell DC, Steinberg JD, Cardozo LJ. Zinc supplementation decreases incidence of infections in the elderly: effect of zinc on generation of cytokines and oxidative stress. Am J Clin Nutr. 2007 Mar; 85(3): 837-44.

4 Reider CA, Chung RY, Devarshi PP, Grant RW, Hazels Mitmesser S. Inadequacy of Immune Health Nutrients: Intakes in US Adults, the 2005-2016 NHANES. Nutrients. 2020 Jun 10;12(6): 1735. doi: 10.3390/nu12061735.

5 Matsukura T, Tanaka H. Applicability of zinc complex of L-carnosine for medical use. Biochemistry (Mosc). 2000 Jul; 65(7): 817-23.

6 Reddy VP, Garrett MR, Perry G, Smith MA. Carnosine: a versatile antioxidant and antiglycating agent. Sci Aging Knowledge Environ. 2005 May 4; 2005(18): pe12. doi: 10.1126/sageke.2005.18.pe12.

7 Prokopieva VD, Yarygina EG, Bokhan NA, Ivanova SA. Use of Carnosine for Oxidative Stress Reduction in Different Pathologies. Oxid Med Cell Longev. 2016; 2016: 2939087. doi: 10.1155/2016/2939087.


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