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Updated 14 February 2013

What zinc does for you

Zinc has a pivotal role in the growth of children and is crucial to the development of healthy sperm and male hormones. It’s also essential for a healthy immune system and for the healing of wounds. Zinc helps to rid the body of harmful metals such as lead and cadmium. It’s vital for the release of insulin and for keeping the senses of taste, sight and smell in good working order.

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Zinc has a pivotal role in the growth of children and is crucial to the development of healthy sperm and male hormones. It’s also essential for a healthy immune system and for the healing of wounds. Zinc helps to rid the body of harmful metals such as lead and cadmium. It’s vital for the release of insulin and for keeping the senses of taste, sight and smell in good working order.
 
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