Commonly found in: Beans, nuts, red meat and poultry
Dosage (The Daily): 20mg of zinc from zinc glycinate
Unique Features: Inexpensive zinc supplements often contain zinc sulfate, which is known for its poor absorption rates and potential to cause stomach discomfort. Our commitment lies in selecting a form of zinc that your body can efficiently process and absorb, ensuring its effectiveness.
Understanding the Benefits
Purpose: Zinc, an essential dietary mineral, is often linked to insulin resistance, acne, and depression when levels are low. Additionally, zinc plays a role in sebum production and contributes to the regulation of skin oil levels, making it a valuable factor in maintaining balanced skin health. Balancing zinc levels can help improve blood sugar, reduce acne, boost mood, and regulate skin oil production.
There are 1,400+ published papers looking into dietary zinc. Take a dive into the research to see what the science says. Below are three papers to get you started.
** A bioavailability study comparing two oral formulations containing zinc (Zn bis-glycinate vs. Zn gluconate) after a single administration to twelve healthy female volunteers. Int J Vitam Nutr Res. 2007 Jul;77(4):243-8.