Zinc is an important mineral in your diet. Without adequate levels of Zinc it’s possible to experience negative reactions like frequently getting sick, feeling like you’re always tired and run down, poor concentration, stunted growth, and poor wound healing. Some physical signs of Zinc deficiency are solid white dots on your nails, hair thinning / loss and dandruff.
1. Helps the immune system:
Zinc helps the body produce T cells; needed to fight infections & Cancer. Zinc is often found in cold remedies and lozenges.
2. Anti-Inflammatory & Anti-Oxidant properties:
Zinc aids in the healing process and helps protect the body from free radicals which play a role in aging and diseases such as Alzheimer's, Cancer and Heart disease. Zinc taken along with other anti-oxidants can also protect against vision loss as we age.
3. Helps to regulate Sugar and Hormone levels:
The body needs Zinc to regulate insulin. This is particularly beneficial for those at risk of diabetes type 2. It also helps to regulate periods, aiding PMS and supports the Thyroid, helping to balance hormones.
4. Great for the skin:
It helps maintain collagen. Helps with skin conditions such as Acne and scalp conditions. Protects the body against the free radicals which attack cells and promote aging
5. Great for Hair:
Zinc inhibits overactivity of the enzyme 5 alpha-reductase and reduces the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This is the hormone that has been linked to hair loss. Zinc plays a powerful role in maintaining a healthy hair shaft. Zinc is an essential mineral that is involved in cell division, tissue growth and wound healing, protein and DNA synthesis. Because hair growth depends on normal cellular reproduction and protein-building, a deficiency of zinc can lead to hair shedding or hair loss.
There is 100mg of Zinc in each daily serving of My Hair Secret's Hair Growth Formula PLUS+ along with other powerful anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals essential for hair health and normal growth.
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