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Zinc Lozenges (Natural Citrus-Orange Flavor)

60 vegetarian lozenges
Item# 01561


Zinc Lozenges (Natural Citrus-Orange Flavor)

Convenient immune health support lozenge

60 vegetarian lozenges
Item# 01561


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  • Zinc Lozenges (Natural Citrus-Orange Flavor)
  • 60 vegetarian lozenges
  • Item Catalog Number: 01561

Zinc is a mineral that stimulates the activity of approximately 300 enzymes, which are substances that promote biochemical reactions in your body.1,2 These reactions are essential for the formation of superoxide dismutase, one of the body’s most important free radical scavengers. Zinc also promotes immune function,3-6 taste sensitivity,7-9 protein and DNA synthesis,1,10,11 insulin production,12,13 reproductive organ development and sperm motility.14-16 Zinc also supports normal growth and development during pregnancy, childhood, and adolescence.17-19

Maintaining adequate levels of zinc is equally important to aging adults.20-22 As people grow older, their immune function declines, partly due to the decreasing size and function of the thymus gland. Evidence suggests that zinc may help to maintain healthy function of the thymus gland in elderly people. 23 Scientists have also found evidence that a zinc deficiency in elderly adults may contribute to a decline in immune function with aging, or immunosenescence.24-26 These findings suggest that zinc plays a critical role in supporting healthy immune function with age.

Zinc Lozenges provide premium-grade zinc as gluconate and oxide in a pleasant citrus-orange naturally flavored lozenge.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 vegetarian lozenge

Amount Per Serving

Zinc (as zinc oxide, gluconate)

18.75 mg

Other ingredients: xylitol, croscarmellose sodium, natural citrus-orange flavors, stearic acid, citric acid, potato maltodextrin, stevia extract, arabic gum, vegetable stearate.

Dosage and Use
  • Dissolve in mouth or chew one (1) lozenge daily, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.

Supplemental zinc can inhibit the absorption and availability of copper. If more than 50 mg of supplemental zinc is taken daily on a chronic basis, 2 mg of supplemental copper should also be taken to prevent copper deficiency. Chronic ingestion of more than 100 mg of zinc daily may be immunosuppressive for some aspects of T-cell and NK cell function.



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