Zinc is one of the vital trace elements and performs countless functions in the body, but cannot be produced by the body itself. In the cold season, with unbalanced nutrition and with special physical load it can be meaningful therefore to supplement the nutrition with a zinc preparation, in order to cover the daily need at zinc.
Zinc + Histidin tablets support the defense forces. The highly dosed trace element zinc supports the immune system. A normal acid-base metabolism. It also helps protect cells from oxidative stress. Can help maintain vision.
Food supplement with zinc and histidine
Take 1 tablet of Abtei Zinc + Histidine daily, unchewed, with plenty of liquid (z. B. ½ glass of water) best taken with a meal.
The specified recommended daily intake must not be exceeded. Food supplements are no substitute for a varied diet. Balanced diet as well as a healthy lifestyle.
May have a laxative effect if taken in excess.
Protect from heat and sunlight. Zinc influences the activity of about 300 different enzymes. Is thus involved in numerous metabolic processes. As a specific component of these enzymes, it is required for growth and development, but also for cognitive functions and immune defense. Here, zinc ensures that special cells of our defense system can act against pathogens and free radicals** and thus contributes to the function of the immune system.
**Free radicals: free radicals are produced in metabolism or by external toxic influences (z. B. cigarette smoke or environmental pollution) are formed. Found throughout the body, they are quite reactive and are needed for the defense system. But when free radicals increase, the smallest units of the body, the cells, must be protected from free radical attack. Otherwise, fatty substances of the cell walls, the body's own protein and the genetic material can be damaged. To protect the cells, the radical scavengers (antioxidants) go into action and render free radicals harmless.
250 grams of beef can already cover the daily requirement of zinc. But whole grain products, legumes and nuts are also good sources of zinc.