- May assist with Pimples, Acne, Eczema, Colds, Cold Sores and Bed Sores.
- Zinplex Forte could also assist at boosting the immune system and activate over 300
enzymatic reactions in the body.
- May help patients with prostrate problems.
Zinplex Forte is a unique combination of Zinc Picolinate, Selenium Amino Acid Chelate and Vitamin A. They are anti-oxidants that promote a healthy immune system and are involved in the body’s enzymatic reactions. It is necessary for the normal functioning of all body organs and could prevent skin disorders, acne, eczema, cold sores, colds and sun blisters. It is vital to the life-long good health of the male reproductive organs and the prostate. To children zinc is imperative for proper learning and it dramatically increases concentration. Deficiency of Selenium may play a role in diseases as diverse as cancer, heart disease and arthritis. A shortage of Zinc and Selenium can play a part in conditions like arthritis and heart problems. They can also contribute to help fight lung, colon, rectum and prostate cancer.
Zinplex Forte could assist with intensifying concentration and memory loss. A zinc supplement improves bodily functions and contributes to a better and healthier mental attitude.
Zinplex Forte stimulates nail and hair growth in patients, regulates the discharge of hormones and can assist with the treatment of P.M.S. It also may assist in preventing vaginal thrush.
Zinplex Forte strengthens the Immune System and by so doing can assist to decrease the effects of Diarrhoea and Pneumonia.
Patients with TB (Tuberculosis) may benefit by adding Vitamin A and Zinc supplements to their standard TB medication. It has been found in research that patients who took the supplements had a far quicker recovery rate than those that did not have the supplementation. The supplements seemed to improve the effectiveness of the TB medication during the first two months of the treatment resulting in a greater reduction in abnormalities or lesions on the chest x-rays. This could therefore help reduce the dosage of the TB treatment by reducing the treatment time allocated for recovery both lowering the cost and potential side effects. (AMJ Clinical Nutrition 2002: 75:720-72)