Zinc is important in the function and growth of reproductive organs. It is needed for collagen formation and protein synthesis. It also is an important anti-oxidant and promotes a strong immune system. Zinc plays a role in the sense of smell and taste.
Helps to maintain proper amounts of Vitamin E in the blood. It supports your immune function, tissues and joints, playing an important role in cell division, repair and growth. It may also assist in insulin function.
Beef, brewer's yeast, egg yolks, fish, lamb, legumes, lima beans, liver, meats, mushrooms, nuts, oysters (cooked), pecans, poultry, pumpkins seeds, sardines, seafood, seeds, soy lecithin, soybeans, sunflower seeds, tourla, yogurt, and whole grains.
Always check with your physician first before taking any supplements.