Zinc

Definition of Zinc

Excessive levels of zinc lead to rashes and skin irritation, immune system over-reactions, and copper and iron absorption suppression. Zinc sensitivities are very common worldwide, yet manufacturers continue to use this cheap metal in pans, earrings, grinders, and more.  Zinc is healthy in moderation, but too much can lead to serious health problems.

 

Zinc overexposure

Zinc is an essential mineral for our body to function, but overexposure to zinc can create a copper deficiency. Watch the videos below to learn more.

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