NANO ZINC

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Removes Toxic Remnants

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Prevents Cell Damage

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Helps Fight Illness

Benefits

  • heart-antioxidents   Boosts Immune System
  • heart-antioxidents   Increases energy
  • heart-antioxidents   Improve disease fighting capacity
  • heart-antioxidents   Helps relieve itching
  • heart-antioxidents   Assists essential removal of toxic impurities

What are the Benefits of Nano Zinc?

The well-documented benefits of Zinc will be increased with a supplement you can absorb deeply. These include:

  • Strengthening your immune system
  • accelerating the healing of wounds
  • may relieve oxidative stress
  • may decrease inflammation in the body
  • may benefit acne sufferers

Nano Zinc and DNA Repair

Throughout the day, cells are built and broken down for renewal and proper functioning of all tissues, such as skin, organs, muscles and bones. To ensure that this runs smoothly, the instructions for this must be correctly transferred from the DNA. Transcription factors (“overwrite proteins”) copy hereditary information from the DNA to mRNA, which then brings this information to the ribosomes in the cell. There, peptides (building blocks for proteins) are made, which are placed with the information from the DNA in the right order to make the right proteins (gene expression).

Both DNA and transcription factors are zinc dependent. In the event of a zinc deficiency, functions are disrupted and incorrect instructions are issued. In the best case the cell dies, in the worst case the cell starts to divide unrestrained into a cancerous tumor.

DNA damage can fortunately be repaired, but with nutrient deficiencies and aging, more and more damage is left behind. Zinc is one of the most important minerals to keep the DNA in a good condition.

Nano Zinc Supplements for cholesterol

Dyslipidemia, a disruption of blood fats including cholesterol and triglycerides, often appears to be zinc-related, with zinc supplementation improving. Extensive clinical research shows that zinc has a positive influence on the triglycerides (lipids) and cholesterol levels in the blood plasma. Zinc supplementation increases beneficial HDL cholesterol and lowers LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, which in high values ​​are risk factors for cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome and diabetes mellitus. With a copper deficiency, elevated levels of cholesterol and triglycerides can occur. Studies show that increased copper intake lowers cholesterol levels.

Nano Zinc Supplements for neurotransmitters

Zinc plays an important role in the regulation of neuro- and immunotransmitters, with which it plays a significant role in disease processes, depression and behavior (disorders). Zinc is involved in signal transfer, nerve stimulus transfer (in the brain), regulation of dopamine and serotonin and neuronal plasticity: the ability of brain tissue to repair and restructure. For an optimal status of various neurotransmitters, such as GABA, dopamine and norepinephrine, the right balance between zinc and copper is crucial.
An animal study showed that zinc protects against neurotoxicity of lead.
Copper is involved in the synthesis and metabolism of hormones and neurotransmitters.
A copper deficiency can lead to neuropathy.

Zinc and copper in autism and ADHD

An imbalance between zinc and copper is associated with various psychological disorders. Children and adults with complaints such as autism, Alzheimer’s, depression, ADHD, OCD, PTTS or schizophrenia often appear to have a low zinc value, usually combined with a, relatively, too high copper status. 

A disturbed zinc / copper status is correlated to the degree of symptoms. Zinc supplementation appears to reduce symptoms and reduce the use of medication.


Although zinc and copper are both important for optimal neurological processes, with these disorders it is important that the zinc status is initially increased before using the combination of both products. Usually 2 to 3 months.

Nano Zinc Supplementation in PMS and PCOS

Studies show that women with PMS or PCOS have significantly lower zinc levels than women without these symptoms.

Zinc supplementation with 2 times the normal daily dose can reduce PMS symptoms and improve the quality of life (compared to a placebo). PCOS-related complaints such as dyslipidemia (disturbed blood fats) and follicle growth disorders often appear to be zinc-related, whereby zinc supplementation can improve.

Zinc and  copper in digestion, leaky gut syndrome and other intestinal complaints
Both zinc and copper help in digesting and releasing energy from fats, carbohydrates and proteins. Copper thereby activates the natural energy in the body.

Zinc also contributes to a healthy acid-base balance, which benefits the intestinal flora.

Zinc is important for a healthy intestinal mucosa and the so-called tight junctions; these are proteins that determine which substances pass through the gut or not. 

This has a major impact on our overall well-being. A disturbed intestinal barrier function commits an attack on our immune system, which weakens the resistance. Toxic substances can enter the bloodstream that can cause all kinds of complaints such as allergies, rheumatic diseases, skin complaints, headache and fatigue.

Zinc also directly and indirectly inhibits inflammation of the gut that frequently occurs in, for example, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and IBS.

Note: Zinc in tablet form always enters the intestine, where it can also feed the pathogenic bacteria and other pathogens. Nano zinc can strengthen the intestine from the bloodstream while you can kill the pathogenic bacteria with nano silver.

In such a situation it is important to keep nano zinc in the mouth for a long time before swallowing, while silver must be swallowed directly on an empty stomach to end up in the intestine.

Nano Zinc and Eye Health

Zinc promotes good eye condition, helps (as a spray directly) with dry eyes and prevents macular degeneration. Zinc contributes to good vision because it has an antioxidant function and contributes to building and necessary breakdown of cells. It is necessary for proper functioning of DHA, the fatty acid that is important for proper eye function from the brain.

Nano Zinc Supplementation for muscles and bone building

Zinc is essential for the growth of cells, tissues, muscles and bones. The zinc requirement can increase rapidly with intensive sports practice. Certainly men who exercise and are also sexually active, run the risk of a sentence shortage because a lot of zinc is lost during ejaculation. Zinc is especially well absorbed in combination with protein-rich food.

Because zinc is necessary for cell division and transfer of information from the DNA to all body cells, zinc is also involved in bone metabolism.

Copper is involved in the release of energy, the blood structure and the iron supply, the formation of collagen, and the growth and development of cells and tissues.

Zinc determination and risk factors for deficiency

Determining the body’s zinc status is not easy. The measurement of the zinc level is often done in the blood plasma or serum. This measurement is not always representative of cellular zinc status and only detects the heavier zinc deficiencies at individual level. However, small deficits can already have major consequences for health and are fairly common.

A moderate zinc (and copper) deficiency can:

  • decrease the resistance;
  • slow wound healing and (muscle) growth;
  • give skin complaints;
  • give erection and libido disturbance;
  • increase infections and infection sensitivity;
  • aggravate allergies and ENT complaints;
  • cause diarrhea;
  • reduce fertility and libido;
  • cause abnormalities of nails, skin, mucous membranes and skeleton;
  • limit sexual development and growth;
  • promote night blindness;
  • loss of taste and smell loss or, on the contrary, salty taste in the mouth;
  • disrupt the menstrual cycle;
  • accelerate hair loss;
  • reduce appetite;
  • surgical procedures, operations;
  • infections;
  • flu and cold;
  • intensive sports practice;
  • frequent ejaculation;
  • chronic disorders;
  • high copper intake.

An increased need for zinc (and copper) arises among others with:

  • prolonged exposure to environmental toxins;
  • frequent consumption of sugar, alcohol and white flour products;
  • traumatic experiences;
  • growth spits;
  • pregnancy and lactation;
  • a vegetarian / vegan diet.

Zinc and copper in relation to food and beverages

A relatively small amount of alcohol already promotes zinc excretion and inhibits the incorporation of zinc into body enzymes. Frequent alcohol consumption can therefore quickly cause a slight zinc deficiency. There is a lot of zinc deficiency among the elderly, because both zinc intake and zinc absorption are often reduced.

A high consumption of convenience foods and vegetarianism and veganism are more likely to lead to a zinc deficiency. Phosphates from soft drinks bind zinc to prevent absorption. White flour products, white rice and white tahini or white almond paste, for example, lack the membranes containing the zinc and other important minerals.

However, zinc from whole grains (whole-grain products, muesli), rice, corn, nuts and legumes, is less well absorbed by the presence of so-called antinutrients in the same skins. The antinutrients bind to the zinc and together leave the body through the bowel movements. Oxalates in certain vegetables, such as rhubarb, spinach and beets, as well as tannins from coffee and tea, also bind zinc and other minerals in this way. Flax seeds, chia seeds and pumpkin seeds do have higher levels of zinc, but people eat relatively less of them. Animal products generally have higher levels of zinc and the zinc present has a higher bioavailability. Nano zinc is properly absorbed at all times .

It has also been found that mercury residues in our food disrupt the zinc metabolism and increase the need for zinc. Mercury residues come from the sweetener HFCS (High Fructose Corn Syrup), which is widely used in lemonade and cake, and from, for example, pesticides on fruit. Children’s brains in particular are extra sensitive to toxic mercury. Tobacco contains a lot of cadmium, which is the counterpart of zinc, so that the zinc supply is used.

Slight to moderate and sometimes also severe zinc deficiency and associated disorders are therefore quite common in practice.

Nutrients, medicines and stimulants that influence the zinc and copper balance:

 

 

Nano zinc offers a unique way to absorb this key nutrient via nano particles that can be absorbed directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the intestinal tract.

In our humble view, this is quite simply the best zinc supplement on the market, bar none! It’s carefully formulated and the nano particle size of the zinc means you’re getting a level of absorbency which no other supplement that we know of can compete with.

Because of the nano delivery system this supplement can provide a high levels of absorption with each tablespoonful.

Zinc is found throughout the body and is involved in a considerable number of processes and functions:

    • The metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and vitamin A.
    • Keeping the immune system working.
    • Protein manufacture and the maintenance of healthy skin, hair and nails.
    • Muscle growth and reproductive health.
    • DNA synthesis and cell division.
    • As an antioxidant, protecting cells from oxidative damage.
    • Maintaining healthy bones.
    • Supporting cognitive performance.
    • Normal vision.

The daily requirement of zinc is readily available in a balanced diet, including vegetarian diets if they include wholegrains and pulses (such as beans and lentils).

Deficiency should only arise through lack of sufficient sources in the diet, or through problems with the body's capacity to absorb and use zinc. The recommended daily intake of zinc is 10mg. Excessive zinc consumption can have toxic effects, or could lead to anaemia. Do not take more than 25mg total zinc intake per day unless under specific medical advice. In case of doses above 50mg per day, about 5mg per day of additional copper should be considered.


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10/12/2021
Helen F.
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I recently had covid and started to lose my sense of smell and taste. I used Nano Zinc twice a day in some cases increased the daily amount, within a week I started to get back my sense of smell and within a couple of days my sense of taste was back to normal. Fantastic products. The products also help cleared the mucus on my test very quickly.

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