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Zinc Deficiency As People Age

Vitamins and minerals are an important part of our daily diets. As we age, it is often important to add supplements and multivitamins to our daily routine in order to obtain optimum health. Hybrid Nutraceuticals, makers of MiracleMulti™, brings you some information on zinc.

Most people are aware of the immune boosting properties of zinc, but it has many more benefits. Here are a few facts:
  • Zinc is important because it is found in every tissue in the body and is directly involved in cell division
  • Zinc is a powerful antioxidant, helping to prevent cancer
  • Zinc is directly involved in the maintenance of proper hormone levels
  • Zinc deficiency can cause infertility in both men and women, as well as low libido
  • Zinc deficiency exacerbates the effects of stress on the body and accelerates aging
  • Zinc helps promote the proper function of red and white blood cells.
  • Zinc is necessary for optimal physical performance, energy levels and body compositions.
  • Zinc improves cardiovascular health      
  • Zinc improves cell health
As you can see, zinc is a very important mineral in our bodies and a lack of zinc can cause a wide variety of health problems. Studies have shown that approximately 40 percent of aged or elderly Americans are not obtaining adequate zinc from their diets. Risk of zinc deficiency increases with age, and is associated with a decrease in the body’s ability to restore genetic damage, along with an increase in damage. This results in a “snowball” process that contributes to cancer risk, as well as the runaway inflammation that has been connected with cancer, arthritis, and dementia, as well as heart disease.

MiracleMulti™, developed by Hybrid Nutraceuticals, is a multivitamin for Men and Women and is formulated to provide the added zinc needed as we age. To start living a healthier life, most people will benefit from the addition of a well balanced multivitamin to their daily diet. MiracleMulti™ has unique formulas for men and women.

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