Millions of people are Zinc deficient and unaware of their condition
Here is a way you can check your zinc levels at home. You must have adequate levels of HCl in your digestive system to absorb Zinc.
Zinc allows us the smell and taste. We learned that from COVID.
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Signs of Zinc Deficiency
- Poor Neurological Function – Essential for growth and neuropsychologic performance, low zinc levels have been linked to attention and motor disorders in infants that persist well into adulthood.
- Weak Immunity – Zinc is also essential to maintain immune function
- Diarrhea – Most likely due to impaired immunity that is caused by zinc deficiency
- Allergies: Food and Environment- Chronic stress causes adrenal fatigue and can lead to calcium, magnesium, and zinc deficiency, which contributes to elevated histamine levels
- Thinning Hair – A common complaint of people battling adrenal fatigue, zinc deficiency is associated with hypothyroidism, an overlooked cause of thinning hair and alopecia.
- Leaky Gut – 70 years ago, the gut-skin connection described how a leaky gut could cause several health conditions.
- Acne or rashes – Zinc deficiency is associated with delayed wound healing and other skin manifestations.
Zinc Tally Test. A zinc tally test is a short in-office or at-home test that involves swishing a zinc solution in one’s mouth for 10 seconds. Depending on the zinc load in the body, the patient will experience different taste sensations over different periods.
Horrible Taste – Sufficient levels of Zinc
Slight Taste – Slight deficient levels of Zinc
No Taste – Severe Zinc deficiency
You can get a bottle of Zinc from amazon. Search for “zinc tally test” and several bottles will show up. A brand is not really important for this.
Zinc is also crucial in the conversion of T4 –> T3 in the thyroid.
If you take Zinc in a multiple or on its own and you still do not have a horrible taste when you do this test, you may be deficient in HCl. Hydrochloric acid is required to absorb Zinc and many other things.
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