Zinc L-Aspartate

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What is Zinc L-Aspartate?

Zinc L-Aspartate provides a bioavailable form of the mineral Zinc, which is very important to the proper functioning of the human body. While Zinc is essential to our existence, it is only required in trace amounts, so daily needs can be met with very small quantities [1]. Zinc plays an important role in many body processes including enzyme regulation, cell division and growth, and the breakdown of carbohydrates [2, 3].

Zinc L-Aspartate can be used to manage Zinc deficiency, which, although not common, can cause many complications including slow growth, low insulin levels, slow wound healing, rough/dry skin, loss of appetite, irritability, hair loss, and poor sense of taste or smell [1, 2]. Meat, seafood, dairy, nuts, legumes, and whole grains are all excellent sources of this essential trace element [1].

Benefits of Zinc L-Aspartate

Zinc has both anti-oxidant and immune boosting properties that make it a very popular health boosting supplement [2, 3]. It is also of crucial importance during pregnancy, infancy, and childhood due to its role in proper development [3]. Among its many other benefits, Zinc has been shown to improve heart health and some skin conditions as well as promote healthy weight gain in people with eating disorders [1, 2, 3]. There are some athletes who also find this supplement useful for improving athletic performance and strength [1].

Zinc L-Aspartate Dosage

The typically recommended dosage for Zinc L-Aspartate is 50mg. It is considered a safe supplement in small doses, although large quantities can result in unwanted side effects such as diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and vomiting, usually within three or so hours of supplementation [3]. Prolonged overdose of any Zinc supplement can result in potentially negative consequences, so it is best to consult your physician prior to use to determine what dosage will work best for you [2].

Sources

  1. http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-982-zinc.aspx?activeingredientid=982&activeingredientname=zinc
  2. http://examine.com/supplements/Zinc/
  3. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002416.htm

 

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