Add this sacrificial metal in your diet for a disease free body – ZINC

iein get damaged if it is rusted but rust can be prevented by coating a thin layer of zinc zinc is a silvery white metal that is a constituent of brass and is used for coating galvanizing iron and steel to protect against corrosion zinc is often used as sacrificial metals just like zinc can enhance the life of iron and steel it can also provide protection to the human body in this video I am sharing the importance of zinc for maintaining a good health and can help our body in preventing many diseases including cancer or heart disease zinc is a type of metal and is an essential trace element zinc is also famous for many effective natural cold remedies zinc should be consumed in very small amounts every day with our foods for maintaining a good health the human body does not require large amounts of sink but there are many people who are zinc deficient because the human body does not store zinc and we must get a daily in small amount from the foods we eat after absorption zinc is distributed throughout the body and primarily used by IBC's WBC's muscles bones skin kidneys liver pancreas retina and prostate zinc is excreted mainly in the feces around 90% and only traces are found in the urine as the kidney plays a small role in regulating the body's in-content vegetarians traditionally have lower zinc levels because the body breaks down zinc found in meats more efficiently aged people are at higher risk for zinc deficiency due to restrictions or not allowed to eat a wide variety of foods due to health reasons zinc is an anti-inflammatory agent and significant therapeutic benefits for several common chronic diseases like cancer or heart disease zinc is actually present within all bodily tissue and needed for healthy cell division zinc deficiency occurs when someone doesn't eat enough foods that contain zinc or has trouble absorbing foods rich in zinc due to digestive disorders or very poor gut health people with zinc deficiency frequently get sick feels always tired poor concentration stunted growth infertility liver damage and the inability to heal wounds zinc is also responsible for hormonal balance and even a small zinc deficiency can result in an increased risk for infertility or diabetes zinc is needed to balance insulin that is the main hormone required in the regulation blood sugar insulin is a hormone made by the pancreas that allows our body to use sugar from carbohydrates in the food that we eat for energy or to store glucose for future use insulin helps keeps our blood sugar level from getting too high hyperglycemia or too low hyperglycemia zinc benefits blood sugar levels because it binds to insulin so insulin is adequately stored in the pancreas and released when glucose enters the bloodstream women consuming birth control pill may also be at a higher risk of zinc deficiency since it can interfere with zinc strolls in the body related to hormones sharing some foods from which we can get zinc in our daily diet high-protein foods contain the highest amounts of naturally occurring zinc sharing some food sources of zinc but do please note that the absorption rate of zinc is best from foods that don't contain any nutrients which are usually animal-based as opposed to plant-based vegetarians tend to get less Swink due to the presence of phytates and these substances binder zinc and the human body cannot absorb it phytic acid or phytates is a unique natural substance found in plant seeds and it can impairs the absorption of iron zinc and calcium and may promote mineral deficiencies we cannot avoid all the foods that contain phytic acid because many of them are healthy and nutritious we can reduce the phytic acid content in the foods by soaking in water overnight sprouting the seeds grains and legumes and through fermentation using these methods can reduce phytate content substantially and our body can easily absorb the zinc from the foods at first mentioning the plant-based food sources of zinc chickpeas green peas cashew pumpkin seeds mushrooms lentils beans nuts potatoes spinach broccoli okra whole grains and some other plant-based foods red meat is an excellent source of zinc eggs yogurt salmon fish chicken and dark chocolates are some good sauce Zink vegetarian might find more difficult to get the amount of zinc one need from the foods one eat so if you are a vegetarian try eating baked pumpkin seeds beans cashews chickpeas green peas spinach broccoli okra and almonds forgetting the required amount of zinc zinc supplements are often given to children for treating acute diarrhea zinc supplements are also given to stunted children – enhances the rate of growth the ideas or facts provided in this video are not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease but only sharing my knowledge on zinc thanks for watching subscribe for more


  1. Thanks for sharing your superb knowledge and tips in detail.please can you give info on magnesium &vitamin k2 for vegetarian.

  2. Mamu Borah, thank you so much.

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