Other forms known as: Zinc Picolinate, Acetate, Citrate, Glycerate and Monomethionine
Zinc and its other forms, Zinc Picolinate, Acetate, Citrate, Glycerate and Monomethionine, is an important mineral that the body uses in a variety of processes and is a component of various enzymes that help maintain structural integrity of proteins and regulate gene expression. Zinc is an essential trace mineral that helps the body to fuel everything including the manufacturing of DNA, to maintaining a strong immune system. Because zinc promotes a strong immune system, it may be effective in battling autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. Zinc is also crucial for maintaining the reproductive and digestive system, keeping healthy skin, hair, nails, eyes and bones, in addition to making growth and testosterone hormones.
The human body does not produce zinc on its own, so it must be obtained from outside sources.