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Zinc is an essential mineral that your body does not make on its own. It aids cell growth, DNA synthesis, enzyme reactions, immune function, protein production, collagen synthesis, wound healing, mental performance, reduces inflammation, & more. Present in every cell. Long-term zinc supplementation requires 1–2 mg of copper per day to prevent copper deficiency.

Dietary Zinc sources include: Beef, Oysters, Toasted Wheat Germ, Veal Liver, Low Fat Roast Beef, Roasted Pumpkin Seeds, Squash Seeds, Dried Watermelon Seeds, Lamb, Almonds, Sesame Seeds, Dark Chocolate, Cocoa Powder, Lamb, Peanuts, Crab.