Oysterzinc capsules 120
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Introducing Oysterzinc, a pure zinc supplement made from fresh oysters — aka the highest food source of zinc! Here to support your immune system with natural, whole-food zinc when you're in need.*
Smidge® Oysterzinc is 100% oyster powder, made in small batches from only the meat of the oyster (no shells!). No additives or fillers either.
Each bottle contains the goodness of over 60 oysters that are harvested from the pristine Atlantic ocean waters in Ireland, making for the most potent oyster extract around. Our process involves slow, gentle convection drying under a low temperature to preserve bioactivity and nutrient integrity.
Why a natural zinc supplement from oysters?
Oysters contain the most zinc in any food — 10 times higher than the next richest source, red meat!*
But eating an oyster or taking an oyster zinc supplement differs from popping a commercial zinc tablet in an isolated form.
Taking zinc in an isolated form can upset the body's natural mineral and nutrient balance, as it doesn't include zinc's inherent nutritional cofactors. For instance, the body's important copper reserve can become depleted if zinc is taken on its own.
Smidge® Oysterzinc's natural cofactors include peptides, amino acids and organic nutrients, making it bioavailable and easy to absorb. You can also enjoy its vitamin B12, iodine, selenium and copper.*
Wondering what more awaits once you pry open that clamped silvery shell? Oysters are bursting with:
19 amino acids (including taurine)
59 trace minerals
Omega-3 DHA and EPA*
All of these goodies are naturally present in sensible concentrations, so they can harmoniously work inside your body.
Nutrients worth more than pearls ;)
Take 4 capsules daily or as directed by physician.
Serving Size: 4 Capsules
Amount Per Serving
Vitamin B12 … 1.07 mcg
Zinc … 3.5mg
Selenium … 4.2mcg
Copper … 0.29mg
Oyster Extract Powder … 1200mg
Other Ingredients: Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, water, cellulose.