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Prevent Various Health Problems By Consuming Zinc-rich Foods For


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For Optimum health, our body needs many essential vitamins and minerals. Without these vitamins and minerals, we can’t enjoy a healthy life.

It plays its role in various processes in our bodies. It is also required by 300 enzymes to work properly.

Zinc maintains our immune system and metabolizes nutrients in the bodies. It also helps in growing and repairing tissues.

One fact about zinc is, our body can’t store zinc. To meet daily zinc requirements for our body, we must consume enough zinc daily.

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According to various studies, it is recommended that women should consume 8 mg of zinc daily. And Men should consume 11 mg of zinc daily. Men’s bodies require more zinc than women.

However, if women are pregnant or breastfeeding, they may need 11 to 12 mg of zinc daily.

Some people may be deficient in ZInc. Some are at high risk of zinc deficiency including breastfeeding women and young children.

Only a balanced diet can prevent deficiency of zinc. Eat zinc-rich foods to meet the zinc requirements for the body daily.

Deficiency in Zinc can cause various problems to our health.

Health Problems by Zinc Deficiency:

Deficiency in Zinc can cause many short and long term health problems. These problems include:

  • Poor immune system.

  • Slow wound healing.

  • Diarrhea.

  • It can cause a common cold.

  • Age-related vision loss.

  • Macular degeneration

Here are some foods that are rich in Zinc:

  • Meats

  • Dairy

  • Shellfish

  • Eggs

  • Legumes

  • Whole Grains

  • Bone Broth

  • Seeds

  • Vegetables

  • Nuts

  • Dark Chocolate

If you still think that consuming these foods are not enough for you or if you think you are deficient in zinc, consult your doctor.

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