Liquid, Picometer-sized Zinc with Copper
- 8.1 oz. bottle
- Balanced levels of Copper to maintain high absorption rates
- Fully absorbed at the cellular level*
- 20 mg per 1/2 tsp serving
Why Choose A Picometer Form of Zinc?
Pico Zinc® follows the tradition of our ReMag®, ReMyte®, ReCalcia®, and Pico Silver® as a stabilized pico-meter-ion of zinc. The source of Pico Zinc® is pure zinc lactate. Its ions are smaller in diameter than the body's cell mineral ion channels which makes it easier to digest and absorb than a pill or powder*
Benefits of Zinc Supplementation
Zinc is an essential trace element because very small amounts of zinc are essential to human health that people need to stay healthy*. Nearly 100 different enzymes rely on zinc for their activity*. Zinc is found in cells throughout the body. The body needs zinc to make proteins and DNA, the genetic material in all cells*. During pregnancy, a growing fetus needs zinc to grow and develop properly*. Zinc is important for proper senses of taste and smell*.
Since the body does not store excess zinc, it must be consumed regularly as part of the diet. Common dietary sources of zinc include red meat, poultry, and fish. But not everyone obtains enough through their diet. Perhaps one of the biggest benefits of taking zinc supplements is the fact they can help you get enough zinc on a daily basis. Taking zinc supplements is very common and generally recognized as safe.
Using a liquid supplement gives you more control over the dosage amount. Other types of zinc supplements, like those in pill form, come in pre-measured doses, which restricts how flexible you can be with intake. And that's what makes liquid the best type of zinc supplement, you can easily alter the amount if you are taking a liquid form of the supplement. If you need less or more one day, you will be able to make quick adjustments.
Pico Zinc Plus® is a powerful mineral concentrate and should not be placed directly into your mouth. This liquid mineral formula is a vegan zinc supplement that's gluten-free and contains no yeast, dairy, egg, soy, wheat, sugar, starch, artificial flavors, artificial colors, artificial preservatives, or animal byproducts.
This balanced mineral formula includes copper to counter absorption issues caused when supplementing with zinc.
Additional Dosage Cofactors
What is the Recommended Daily Intake for Zinc?
According to the National Institute of Health the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) quantities of zinc have been established:
- Men age 14 and older, 11 mg/day;
- Women 19 and older, 8 mg/day;
- Pregnant women 19 and older, 11 mg/day;
- Lactating women 19 and older, 12 mg/day.
Zinc deficiency is a widespread concern for people around the world as nearly 1 in 3 individuals may be deficient. Because the signs of a zinc deficiency mimic those of other common disorders, it's often overlooked.
Even if you're getting enough zinc in your diet, certain conditions can keep you from absorbing and utilizing this vital mineral. Stress, pregnancy, eating a vegetarian diet or one that's high in grains, legumes, seeds, and nuts, and simply being over 60 puts you at a higher risk of being deficient.