Plantavis zinc contribute to fatty acid metabolism 60 capsules
Good for the fatty acid metabolism: Wig bush nettle capsules with zinc, chromium, vitamin C and the integrated, exclusive cell protection complex from PlantaVis.
Wig bush plus stinging nettle capsules with zinc, chromium, vitamin C and the integrated, exclusive cell protection complex from PlantaVis
Good for the fatty acid metabolism
Zinc contributes to normal fatty acid metabolism.
PlantaVis is one of the very few suppliers who offer a dietary supplement with the extract of the wig bush. The plant, mentioned in the traditional health science of many peoples, is native between the Mediterranean areas of Europe and western China, but also thrives excellently in German gardens.
An extract is obtained from the wig bush in a gentle process. Each wig bush plus nettle capsule contains 12.5 milligrams of this extract. This is accompanied by 40 milligrams of nettle extract. Often reviled as a weed and unloved because of their burning nettles, the native herb is an excellent supplier of calcium, magnesium, iron and silicon. It is also rich in vitamins A and C. In addition, the nettle has a fairly high protein content. The plant is ideal for consumption as a vegetable and for processing into a high-quality food supplement.
With additional vitamin C and trace elements
The wig bush plus nettle capsules from PlantaVis also contain vitamin C, which contributes to normal energy metabolism. In addition, there is the trace element zinc as a contribution to normal fatty acid and carbohydrate metabolism, as well as chromium, which, like zinc, contributes to the normal metabolism of micronutrients. In this combination, the PlantaVis wig shrub plus nettle capsules are probably extraordinary. They become even more exclusive because they contain the proven cell protection complex that is only used by PlantaVis, in which other valuable extracts and powders are used.
Zinc has to be taken in regularly with food. You can cover the need through nutrition.
Those who are healthy and have a really healthy and balanced diet - unfortunately only very few do that - can cover this need with food. However, only 10-40% of the zinc supplied with food is actually absorbed by the body (in the small intestine), the rest is excreted unchanged (90% via the stool, 10% via the kidneys). As soon as this normal absorption is disturbed, for example due to illness, special dietary habits or other factors, a zinc deficiency can easily occur. This is widespread.
Vegetarians eat a particularly low-zinc diet
Grains and vegetables contain plenty of zinc, but the body cannot make good use of this zinc because it binds the dietary fiber (phytic acid) it contains in a complex. Similarly, calcium, iron, copper, phosphates (e.g. in cola, lemonades), oxalates and tannins in the food hinder the use of zinc. This becomes explosive for vegetarians who completely avoid zinc-containing products of animal origin such as eggs and milk.
The body needs more zinc for:
- oxidative stress (e.g. smokers, people suffering from stress, cancer patients, etc.)
- weakened immune system
- Skin diseases (e.g. acne, neurodermatitis, psoriasis, etc.), burns and disorders of wound healing
- increased alcohol consumption (the enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase, which the body needs to break down alcohol, is zinc-dependent)
- Cirrhosis of the liver
- heavy exposure to heavy metals
A number of other diseases are commonly associated with zinc deficiency. These include rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes mellitus, multiple sclerosis, high blood pressure and others
Symptoms and diagnosis of zinc deficiency
Constant infections and skin problems can indicate a zinc deficiency.
For a long time, the signs of a zinc deficiency are unspecific and are often only taken seriously when the immune system is weakened or there are persistent disorders of the skin, nails and hair. Typical symptoms are:
Skin changes (pustules, redness, eczema, dry and flaky skin), wound healing disorders, mucous membrane inflammation, growth disorders of hair and nails (e.g. white spots on the nails, brittle nails and hair, as well as hair loss)
Weakening of the immune system (increased susceptibility to infections, e.g. frequent colds) .
In addition, the following symptoms can indicate a zinc deficiency:
- Intestinal inflammation, diarrhea
- Stunted growth in children, delayed sexual maturity (the gonads do not develop properly or shrink because the production of sex hormones is impaired)
- psychological changes (depressive moods)
- poor night vision
- Odor and taste disorders
- Loss of appetite, weight loss, weakness, chronic fatigue
In the meantime it has been shown that the repair mechanisms of the DNA are damaged by insufficient zinc intake.
After iron, zinc is the second most abundant trace element in our body
We have stored 2-3 g zinc, mostly in the skeletal muscles, in bone tissue as well as in skin, nails and hair. The high content explains why zinc is particularly important for the health of skin, hair and nails. It is also crucial for protein synthesis and cell division. They are not possible without zinc and therefore no growth. This is because zinc is required for more than 200 enzymes to function and is involved in an incredible number of metabolic reactions. These include, for example, the metabolism of insulin, sex hormones, growth hormones, nerve carriers (neurotransmitters) and connective tissue proteins (collagen). Zinc is involved in the formation of growth, thyroid and sex hormones, influences the sensory functions such as smell, taste, sight and hearing,
Zinc is therefore of immense importance for our health. It is valued for its immune-stimulating, antiviral and antioxidant effects.
Take two capsules daily with sufficient liquid. The products should be used consistently over the long term, because this is the only way to ensure that the high-quality active ingredients achieve the desired results.
One can is enough for one month's needs and is suitable for permanent use.
Capsule shell: hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, apricot fruit powder, carrot powder, cell protection complex (camu camu extract with 20% L-ascorbic acid1, L-ascorbic acid1, jiaogulan extract, cordycep powder, shiitake powder, caper extract, astragaloside extract 20-25% astragaloside extract (with 1%), barley extract Glucan, chlorophyllin, melon extract (Extramel®), black pepper extract with 95% piperine), nettle extract, zinc gluconate, anti-caking agent: magnesium salts of fatty acids, Dunaliella algae 2.5%, marigold extract (5% zeaxanthin), medium-chain triglycerides, beta carotene 10% Retinylacetate, copper gluconate, cyanocobalamin 0.1% on mannitol, pteroylmonoglutamic acid (folic acid), potassium iodide, sodium selenite pentahydrate, biotin.
1 vitamin C helps protect cells from oxidative stress.