Zinc is an essential trace mineral playing a role in every cell. Our Zinc is in the form of zinc glycinate, a highly bioavailable form, and coupled with copper for optimal mineral balance. This single-dose formula is key in supporting a healthy immune system, and to promote skin repair.

1 capsule per day + $11.00/mo

Men's health

Supports reproductive system health and sperm health

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Supports collagen formation as well as nail health, strength and thickness

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Zinc supports collagen formation, as well as wound healing, and promotes skin repair and overall skin health.

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Prolonged stress may deplete zinc concentrations in the blood.

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Zinc is mineral largely found in animal products like lamb, beef or oysters. Our Zinc may help prevent deficiencies for people not getting the recommended daily amount of this mineral, such as vegetarians or vegans.

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  • Product


  • Direction

    1 capsule

  • Daily dose

    15 mg Zinc

No Added Gluten
No Added Lactose
  • Ingredients

    Zinc glycinate, Copper glycinate

  • Allergens



Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Vitamin and/or mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. If you have any pre-existing conditions, or are on any medications always talk to your health professional before use.

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Let's break it down

How it works

Zinc is an essential trace element for all forms of life and is found in cells throughout the entire body. It plays a key role in cellular metabolism where it has the ability to catalyse chemical reactions. Zinc is involved in many aspects of our immune function including the development of immune cells. Zinc may also affect skin function and nail health.

Dietary Boost

A zinc deficiency may occur due to inadequate dietary intake. Dietary sources of zinc include meat, liver, eggs, oysters, nuts and seeds. Vegetarians and vegans are therefore more susceptible to a zinc deficiency. Zinc from food sources is released and transported into the gut where it enters circulation for delivery to tissues and organs. Both excessive alcohol consumption and chronic stress can deplete zinc levels.