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How to treat fatigue with zinc

January 29, 2014

So many people have hectic lives with a combination of family and work obligations. This means fatigue can peak right around mid afternoon and that’s usually the time when someone reaches for another cup of coffee.

And for those who do suffer from fatigue, they know all too well how it hinders their potential from being their very best when it comes to their overall daily performance and ability to make decisions

Fatigue has a variety of symptoms such as:

• Digestive problems

• Irritability

• Loss of appetite

• Sleepiness

• Depressio

Ongoing fatigue may also leave someone susceptible to catching a common cold or flu

The good news is that zinc can help with fatigue issues. And not just any zinc, but specifically zinc from oysters.

By all means, avoid synthetic zinc made in laboratories. Instead, find a marine-based supplement which offers the most natural form of zinc.

Find a supplement which is organic and has bio-availability. Simply, bio-available defines a substance such as a drug or supplement which is absorbed by the body. This is important, because nutritionally, the digestive system will soak up the nutrients which will move into the bloodstream.

Bio-availability is what enhances a supplement such as zinc

Oysters possess the largest amounts of zinc. Yes, even higher than red meat. A high quality oyster powder supplement is potent and packs a boost of effective results

In addition to fatigue, a lack of zinc in the diet may also include:

• Premature aging

• Low libido

• Prostate challenges

• Compromised immunity

• Macular degeneratio

Oyster powder can also encourage the healthy growth and maintenance of hair, skin and nails.

Often described as one of the most important minerals in the body, it really promotes body enzyme activity.

The ocean is rich with nutrients. And adding an oyster powder into a diet is a wise decision because it’s such a natural choice.

An exceptional oyster powder will also have elements of zinc co- factors, such as:

• Manganese

• Copper

• Selenium

• Strontium

• Silico

All these trace ingredients are harmonious components for the body. They are also considered as “superoxide dismutases” which are filled with antioxidants and ward off free radicals.

As with adding any new supplement to a diet, please consult with a health care professional beforehand

While zinc from oysters can help with fatigue, as many can attest to, it can help with a host of other health issues.

*One of the finest zinc supplements out there is created and manufactured by Nutrilys Del Mar based in San Diego. It’s called Premium Oyster Powder and all of its nutrients are organic and 100 percent bio-available. For more information visit www.nutrilysdelmar.com.

Thierry Lerond
Thierry Lerond

Thierry Lerons, founder of Nutriyls Del Mar, based in San Diego County, manufactures krill oil which has the distinguished Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) label for responsible harvesting. Its Wild Antarctic Krill Oil of 1,000 mg soft gels have vessels with marine fishermen who are MSC approved. And to date, this Nutrilys Del Mar product is the first and only krill oil certified traceable and sustainable by the MSC. They employ Norwegian vessels and fisherman dedicated to eco-friendly practices.

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