Protection against free radicals and tissue repair
Zinc Aspartate is zinc bound to aspartic acid (aspartate). It is not harmful. Zinc Aspartate provides important protection against free radicals, tissue repair and benign prostatic hyperplasia. It is an important naturally occurring bioavailable delivery form of the immune boosting vital micro-mineral zinc. The aspartate moiety is an important ingredient of the citric acid cycle. As the citric acid cycle is the center for energy production within the cell, aspartic acid must be present in every cell of the body. It is therefore not something foreign to the body. Zinc plays vital roles in several physiological and biochemical metabolic pathways.
If you had spots on your skin, spongy gums that led to the loss of teeth, jaundice and general lethargy, you likely had scurvy from lack of vitamin C. The disease often impacted sailors whose fresh fruit perished long before they made it to the ne...
Immune System Support
Zinc Background and Benefits
Zinc is a chemical element with the atomic number 30. It is chemically similar to magnesium in some ways, since the ions are about the same size and have the same common oxidation state. Zinc is an essential nutrient for virtually life forms, inc...
Metabolism, Heart Health, Bone Strength & Cell Energy
Magnesium Background and Benefits
Magnesium, a metal, is the ninth most abundant element in the universe. It is named after a region in Greece called Magnesia, where magnesium ores were first discovered. It was isolated in 1808 by Sir Hump...