Good Sex Requires Proper Nutrition!

 FOR MEN (And those who care about them)

Good Sex 1A satisfying sex life requires a healthy body, which depends on sound nutrition, exercise, and sufficient rest.  For the most part, sexual function is controlled by the endocrine glands, which secrete specific hormones.  In order to function properly and produce sufficient hormones, these glands have certain nutritional needs.

The pituitary gland has both direct and indirect effects on sexual and reproductive functions.  Its hormones need the B-complex vitamins, pantothenic acid, niacin, vitamin E and zinc.  Any deficiency of the pituitary causes underdeveloped sex organs, and impotence in men.

The adrenal glands, produce a small but significant amount of sex hormones.  These glands need vitamin A, the B vitamins, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-1, niacin, vitamin C and E, and the unsaturated fatty acids.  Adrenal exhaustion can result in little strength or desire for sex.  An inadequately supplied thyroid can also cause a lack of desire or strength for sex.  Iodine, the V vitamins, vitamin B-1, and vitamin E are essential for the production of its hormone, thyroxine.

Good sex 2The male sex gland, the testes, are composed of 2 glands; one secretes testosterone and the other produces sperm.  (Testosterone increased sexual desire in both sexes.)  Vitamins A, C, E, and folic acid work with testosterone to produce sperm and other male characteristics such as a deep voice and facial hair.  The nutrient content of sperm includes calcium, magnesium, zinc, sulfur, and vitamin B-12, C, and inositol.  A deficiency of vitamin E causes a degeneration of the testicles; too-low levels of zinc result in immovable, useless and infertile sperm.  In male laboratory animals, a manganese deficiency causes loss of sex drive, lack of semen, and degeneration of the seminal tubules.  Testosterone levels proportionately decrease with the amount of marijuana smoked.

The sex hormones are made from cholesterol.  Cholesterol-containing foods need not be limited as long as the body has sufficient amounts of the other nutrients needed to properly metabolize the cholesterol.  These include wthe vitamins B-complex, C, and E, magnesium, manganese, zinc, and lecithin.  Refined and processed foods are greatly lacking in these nutrients; in their absence cholesterol is unable to enter wthe cells and remains in the blood, eventually helping to form plaques.

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Impotence, the male’s inability to achieve erection of the penis has been related to a magnesium or a combined zinc and vitamin B-6 deficiency.  Other factors associated with impotence are emotional problems, physical illness such as diabetes, and the intake of drugs and alcohol.  Although levels of testosterone decrease with age, this doesn’t cause erectile impotence because the penis requires only minimal amounts of the hormone for successful operation.

Sterility can occur in the male and is often the result of a zinc deficiency.  Studies have shown that the higher the blood histamine level is in men, the quicker the ejaculation.  Men too low in histamine can’t achieve ejaculate prematurely.

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Sexual desire and performance can be adversely affected by numerous things including drugs, alcohol, cigarette smoking, caffeine, some common medicines such as certain tranquilizers, anti-hypertensives, and anticholinergics.

Perhaps you can see more clearly now that no general diet. can ever hope to give you what you need and no expert can generalize about nutrition and give you the specifics you must have to effect a major change in health, and I’ve only discussed one issue today.  It’s important to understand that your individual differences required the correct and specific nutritional program that will take into consideration:

            *   your age

            *   genetic individuality

            *   any existing health problems,   and

*   the nutritional needs unique to YOU, as a man

 

Sex 6To Conclude:

Nutrient deficiencies are an epidemic in our society and it’s vital to find out where you stand so that you can become nutrient sufficient.  To this end, in a few weeks you will have the opportunity of checking out my “heart project” it’s called; Dr. Henry’s HealthTest© .  It’s helped thousands of people over the years, recently, completely updated, including its copywrite and for the first time I’m offering it to the general public so that we can all –

STOP, The Food & Vitamin Guessing Game!(TM)  Each test is individually designed based on the answers you give. Not only that, but if you’re low or very-low in any nutrient you will receive a complete explanation and a list of foods in that particular category.  If that’s not enough – I will design the right food program for you, again, based on your answers and you won’t have to count calories, carbohydrates, fats, fiber, etc.  I’ve done all the work for you .and so much more.Good sex4

Who but an ex-311 pounder could have thought of all this?

Now you have no excuses – that is – if you’re interested in – Planning for Tomorrow’s Good Health – TODAY!(TM)

Dr. Rhonda

http://www.drhenry.com

           

4 Steps to Prevent  Flu:  

The flu season always causes a great deal of fear in the eyes of the public, but building up your immune system would prevent this happening.

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But let me share 4 simple alternative herbs that will help strengthen your immune system and protect you against colds and the flu.

Each of the following herbs are medically documented and have stood the test of time:

echinaceaEchinacea:

Echinacea is one of the most popular herbs in the world.  It has the unique ability to stimulate the immune system.  Echinacea is also reported to fight against bacteria, fungi, and viruses associated with colds and the flu.

Recommended Dosage:

250 mg (standardized extract) up to 4 times a day during flu season. Some clinicians recommend a dosing cycle such as using it 3 weeks on and 1 week off or 8 weeks on and 1 week off.

Goldenseal:

It was initially used by Native Americans and gained popularity from the 1850s to the 1040s.  Most of the current use of goldenseal is for colds and influenza.Hydrastis_canadensis_-_Köhler–s_Medizinal-Pflanzen-209

Combinations of golden seal and Echinacea are one of the leading selling herbal supplements in the U.S. market today.  This herbal medicine is useful in managing symptoms associated with colds and influenza.

AstragalusGlycyphyllosBerberine:

One of the main components in berberine, has been found to increase the immune system’s ability to fight fever associated with bacteria and viruses.

Recommended Dosage:

125 mg (standardized extract), 3-4 times a day.

Elder:

It has been used traditionally in the prevention and treatment of colds, influenza, chronic nasal inflammation, and sinusitis.  The herb elder has been reported to stop several strains of flu virus from duplicating.  In one study using a liquid extract of elder berry, 90 percent of the individuals with symptoms of influenza B were asymptomatic in 2-3 days, while individuals on placebo elder-04-ldidn’t recover for at least 6 days.

Recommended Dosage:

500 mg (standardized extract), 3 times a day.

The Chinese have valued astragalus for centuries for its immune-enhancing properties.  Studies have reported that astragalus promotes healthy growth of cells in damaged in the lungs after a viral infection.  This potential benefit could help with the lingering phase of bronchial weakness as seen in some individuals with colds and influenza.

Astragalus not only has been found to improve resistance to colds but may also decrease how long you stay sick.

Recommended Dosage:

250 mg (standardized extract, 4 times a day.

Additional Tips to help prevent colds and the flu:

*       Drink at least 6-8 glasses of quality water daily (preferably ½ your body weight in ounces)

*       Avoid refined sugars.

*       Take in clear broth and soups.

*       Take steps to reduce chronic dis-stress (which can lead to disease).

*       Get adequate rest.

*       Try to eat more nutrient rich foods, especially fruits and vegetables, organic best choice.

*       Reduce sugar intake.  (No sugar substitutes)

*       Exercise regularly.

*       If an antibiotic is given, I recommend the use of probiotic acidophilus/bifidus 10-20 billion units twice a day, 2 hours apart from the antibiotic dose.  This may reduce the risk of antibiotic induced diarrhea and extreme loss of your natural intestinal flora. Quality silver creates only wellness, no detrimental effects.

*       Ensure adequate nutrition status with a high-grade multivitamin.  It’s always best to find out if and where you are nutrient deficient – using Dr. Henry’s HealthTest©) will enable you to

STOP, The Food & Vitamin Guessing Game mailto:Healthtest@drhenry.com– check out my website.

*       Consider Echinacea or elder as the primary herb for recommendation.

*       Goldenseal is secondary if there is upper respiratory involvement.

*       Combination products may contain two or more of these agents or related products.

*       Diabetics may need zinc first because of already established compromised zinc status.

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Note:  When you’re body becomes nutrient sufficient, your immune system will stay strong.

This is how you – Plan for Tomorrow’s Good Health – TODAY!(TM)

Dr. Rhonda Henry

Doctor of Nutritional Science

Certified Traditional Chinese Practitioner

Specializing in Preventive & Alternative HealthCare – NATURALLY!

 

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30 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure


“People with diabetes are 3 times more likely to have high blood pressure than people without diabetes.  A recent study found that about 71% of people with diabetes have high blood pressure.  Hypertension often goes unnoticed and leads to an increased risk of heart attack and stroke.”
   
American Diabetes Association

Why wouldn’t your allopathic doctor know this and check patient’s appropriately?

obesity1.     Watch Your Weight:

In overweight people, a 10% reduction in total body weight will sometimes normalize blood pressure.

2.      Get Physical:

Go for a brisk 30 minute walk 6 days a week.

3.      Blood Sugar:

Diabetics who control their blood sugar reduce hypertension risk.

4.      Reduce Stress:

Try yoga, meditation, massage or talking to a supportive positive friend.

cancersmoke5.      Butt Out:

All forms of tobacco dramatically raise blood pressure.

6.      Shake Off Salt:Salt 2

And sodium rich foods such as soy sauce and canned soups.  With the exception of salt substitutes or an easily found product in your grocery store with a balance of sodium/potassium chloride.

7.      Remember B-Vitamins:

After angioplasty surgery, 3 different B vitamins – folate, B6 and B12-cut in half the risk that arteries will re-close.

8.      Check Your Blood:

Have your cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood sugar checked regularly.  A comprehensive laboratory work-up is your best health insurance to maintain optimal good health.

9.      Fish for Omega 3-s:

Stress essential fatty-acid-containing foods or supplements of fish oil, flaxseed oil and borage oil.

10.    Mull Over A Multi:Vitamin-B6

A daily multi-vitamin ensures that you’re getting the basics.  Find out where you are nutrient deficient and concentrate on increasing the nutrients in your food and supplement program.

11.     Value Vitamin C:

The less vitamin C in the blood, the higher the blood pressure in hypertensive patients.  Take 2-3 times daily to your tolerance level.

12.     Fat Doesn’t Make You Fat – However:

Choose white fish and skinless chicken and turkey or remove before eating.  Alternate to cheese products that are not from dairy such as:  goat, oat, almond, veggie, soy or rice.   Forget the processed foods, if possible.

13.     Toss the Trans Fats:

These are a greater risk than even saturated fats.  (Margarine, baked goods, etc) Read the labels.food addict

14.     Embrace Vitamin E: Evidence suggests that vitamin E also magnifies vitamin C’s blood pressure-lowering effect.

15.     Reject Refined Foods:

Shun the salty, sugary, pre-made, preserved, fried and fatty

16.     Get Calcium:

Hypertensive patients seldom drink enough milk-and they are usually low on calcium.  Broccoli, spinach, tofu, goat milk and calcium supplements are alternatives.  Don’t take calcium alone.

17.     Compute Your Body Mass Index:

Multiply your weight in pounds by 703, then divide by your height in inches, then again divide by your height in inches.  Try to stay between 18.5 and 24.9.

demon drink18.     Swear Off Sodas:

Soft drinks can deplete potassium.

19.     Prefer Potassium:This crucial mineral is found in many fruits, vegetables, dairy foods, fish and supplements.

20.     Make It Magnesium:

It’s in leafy greens, legumes, whole grains and supplements.

21.     Air Out Antioxidants:

Beta-Carotene, Co-Enzyme Q10, and Selenium may help.

22.     Boost Bioflavonoids:

Available in fruits, vegetables, and supplements, bioflavonoids enhance vitamin C’s effects.

23.     Leave The Bar:Superdrink

1-2 drinks a day is OK-even stress-relieving-but more can cause health problems.

24.     Dash Your Diet:

DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) according to some experts is high in fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy, and it’s low in fat.

25.     Think Zinc:

Zinc may reverse hypertension that has been caused by too much cadmium.

26.     Buy Into Bilberry:

This European blueberry contains anthocyanosides, which are powerful flavonoids.

27.     Grasp Grape Seed Extracts:

Research at the University of Alabama suggests grape seed extract can lower blood pressure significantly.

28.     Find Fiber:

Think veggies and whole grains.

29.     Jilt the Java:

Too much daily coffee-and even tea-can raise blood pressure.

30.     Now, Go To Bed:artworks-000042312635-3k7r7p-crop

High blood pressure patients deprived of sleep experience significant increases in blood pressure, especially during the evening.    

Nobody in their right mind will be able to read this and do it all, what I may suggest at once a week or perhaps once a month you bring one new health awareness issue into your mind and all those changes will certainly make your body (who relies on you) to make it happy.

I would suggest if you’re not working with a natural healthcare doctor that perhaps you ought to start by using my individualized HealthTest© medical (allopathic) doctors have no credentials in clinical nutrition – so perhaps this may be a first step for you or someone you love.  If you have questions do feel free to call me, and let’s talk about you!

This is all about helping others –  Plan for Tomorrow’s Good Health – TODAY! 

Dr. Rhonda Henry

Doctor of Nutritional Science – Certified Traditional Chinese Practitioner

Specializing in Preventive & Alternative HealthCare – NATURALLY!

 

Temporary website:          www.drhenry.com

Email inquiries:                 contact@drhenry.com

Las Vegas Office:              72-269-8120 – My programs come to YOU!

Autism & Micronutrients

Proper micronutrient levels are vital for reversing autistic behaviour.  Autism is a complex developmental disability that typically appears during the first 3 years of life and affects a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others.  Autism is defined by a certain set of behaviours and is a “spectrum disorder” that affects individuals differently and to varying degrees.

Aautismpril is “National Autism Month”and I’ve dedicated all my blogs and my online radio show in April to the children and those who love them.  My show was entitled “Autism – A Life Sentence”take the time to check it and other shows out and tell your family, friends and social media gang that legitimate health education is available without all the hype or asking for your credit card to sell you 6 months of some nutrient.

We have to raise the importance of nutrition and how being deficient can affect the overall behaviour of a person with autism.  The proper Micronutrient Test gives a functional cellular analysis of nutrient deficiencies, providing the tools necessary for an individualized healthcare approach to autistic behaviour.

Micronutrients Evaluate:

Vitamin A:

One cause of autism may be a defect in a retinoic receptor protein (G-alpha protein) which is critical for language processing, attention and sensory perception.  Evidence suggests natural vitamin A (not beta carotene) fixes this protein defect in autistic.

Folate:

Oral folate therapy can resolve symptoms of autism in some cases, particularly in autistic which genes that impair folate dependent enzymes.

Glutamine:

Blood levels of this amino acid which acts as a neurotransmitter are particularly low in autistic.  Glutamine also helps autismprevent leaky gut syndrome, which can exacerbate autistic symptoms.

Vitamin C:

Improved symptom severity and sensory motor scores in autistic patients possibly due to interaction with dopamine synthesis. Vitamin C also has a strong sparing effect on glutathione.

Vitamin D:

High dose vitamin D therapy reversed autistic behaviours in severely deficient children.  Maternal vitamin D deficiency may predispose children to autism.  Very few that I test have sufficient vitamin D even for themselves, let alone enough if they are planning a family.

Carnitine:

Transports fatty acids into cells.  Low carnitine (common in autism) impairs the ability to use fatty acids for learning and social development.

MicrovitaVitamin B-1:

Deficiency linked to delayed language development.  Supplementation may benefit autistic patients.

Vitamin B-6:

Cofactor the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine.  Conversion of B-6 to its active form is compromised in many autistic.  Supplementation trials with B-6 resulted in better eye contact, speech and fewer self-stimulatory behaviour in autistic.  Some consider b-6 in combination with magnesium to be a breakthrough treatment for autism.

Vitamin B-12:

Low B-12 impairs methylation (detoxification) which causes the neurological damage responsible for many autistic symptoms.  Deficiency of B-12 can cause optic neuropathy and vision loss in autistic.  B-12 raises cysteine and glutathione levels.

Magnesium:

Cofactor for the neurotransmitters that affect social reactions and emotions.  Autistic have low levels of magnesium.  Improves effectiveness of B-6 therapy.

Zinc:

Eliminates toxic mercury from brain tissue.  Zinc/Copper ratio is particularly low in autistic kids.  Low zinc impairs the protein (called metallothionein) that removes heavy metals from the body.

Glutathione & Cysteine:

Commonly deficient in autistic patients.  Lack of these antioxidants impair detoxification and methylation processes.  Low levels linked to neurological symptoms in autism which is often considered an oxidative stress disorder.

We are fortunate that there is a laboratory I use that really excels in this type of testing and it may be something you may want to investigate.  I would also suggest in the strongest way possible that those of you who are planning to have a family listen to my online radio show and make sure you are tested extensively at least a year prior to bringing an angel into this world.Norrin

Autism is in my opinion another epidemic perpetrated on innocent children and parents who only wanted a child to love
and see grow up to be the best they could be – instead they have been forced to suffer the consequences of the ‘money-changers’ who only think of themselves and their stockholders.  I say – “shame on you all and your day of judgement is not far off.”

Even if you don’t have anyone close to you with a child suffering with autism, most can talk to the next person they meet and they will know someone or have someone in their own family that needs to read my blogs, listen to some of my online radio shows, in particular on the subject of autism – so please take the time to think of who you can give this information to because it’s all about understanding that sharing is caring” and I care or I wouldn’t spend the hours it takes to produce these blogs and shows which are all free without asking for your credit card.  How strange am I?  I good strange!

I want you all to start –

Planning for Tomorrow’s Good Health – TODAY!

Dr. Rhonda

 

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Email:                     contact@drhenry.com

Office:                     702-269-8120

 

 

 

 

 

GOOD  SEX  REQUIRES PROPER NUTRITION

better-sexFOR MEN ONLY 

(And those who care about him)

A satisfying sex life requires a healthy body, which depends on sound nutrition, exercise, and sufficient rest.   For the most part, sexual function is controlled by the endocrine glands, which secrete specific hormones.   In order to function properly and produce sufficient hormones, these glands have certain nutritional needs.

The pituitary gland has both direct and indirect effects on sexual and reproductive functions.   Its hormones need the B-complex vitamins, pantothenic acid, niacin, vitamin E, and zinc.   Any deficiency of the pituitary causes underdeveloped sex organs, and impotence in men.© Copyright 2010 CorbisCorporation

The adrenal glands produce a small but significant amount of sex hormones.   These glands need vitamin A, the B vitamins, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-1, niacin, vitamins C and E, and the unsaturated fatty acids.   Adrenal exhaustion can result in little strength or desire for sex.   An inadequately supplied thyroid can also cause a lack  of desire or strength for sex.   Iodine, the B vitamins, vitamin B-1, and vitamin E are essential for the production of its hormone, thyroxine.

good sexThe male sex gland, the testes, is composed of two glands;  one secretes testosterone and the other produces sperm.  (Testosterone increases sexual desire in both sexes.)   Vitamins A, C, E, and folic acid work with testosterone to produce sperm and other male characteristics such as a deep voice and facial hair.   The nutrient content of sperm includes calcium, magnesium, zinc, sulfur, and vitamins B-12, C, and inositol.   A deficiency of vitamin E causes a degeneration of the testicles;  too-low levels of zinc result in immovable, useless, and infertile sperm.   In male laboratory animals, a manganese deficiency causes loss of sex drive, lack of semen, and degeneration of the seminal tubules.   Testosterone levels proportionately decrease with the amount of marijuana smoked.

The sex hormones are made from cholesterol.   Cholesterol-containing foods need not be limited as long as the body has sufficient amounts of the other nutrients needed to properly metabolize the cholesterol.   These include the vitamins B-complex, C, and E, magnesium, manganese, zinc, and lecithin.   Refined and processed foods are greatly lacking in these nutrients;  in their absence cholesterol is unable to enter the cells and remains in the blood, eventually forming plaques.

apple sexImpotence, the male’s inability to achieve erection of the penis, has been related to a magnesium or a combined zinc and vitamin B-6 deficiency.   Other factors associated with impotence are emotional problems, physical illness such as diabetes, and the intake of drugs and alcohol.   Although levels of testosterone decrease with age, this does not cause erectile impotence because the penis requires only minimal amounts of the hormone for successful operation.

Sterility can occur in the male and is often the result of a zinc deficiency.   Studies have shown that the higher the blood histamine level is in men, the quicker the ejaculation.   Men too low in histamine cannot achieve ejaculation.  The B vitamins niacin and folic acid raise blood histamine;  therefore they are helpful for men who ejaculate prematurely.

Sexual desire and performance can be adversely affected by numerous things including drugs, alcohol, cigarette smoking, caffeine, some common medicines such as certain tranquilizers, anti-hypertensives, and anticholinergics.

Perhaps you can see more clearly now that no general diet can ever hope to give you what you need and that no expert can generalize about nutrition and give you the specifics you must have to effect a major change in health, and we have only discussed one issue here.   It is important to understand that your individual differences are required to design a specific nutritional program that will take into consideration your age, genetic individuality, any existing health problems, and the nutritional needs unique to you, as a man.

Plan for Tomorrow’s Good Health – TODAY!

 

7-Hidden Household Toxins

 Do you really know what’s making you sick?

 bathroom   1.      Respiratory Toxins:

Our air is filled with both indoor and outdoor pollutants that wreak havoc on our basic effort to breath.  Corrosives in air conditioning units can cause asthma and bronchitis.  Dangerous ozone, carbon monoxide, pesticides, sulfur oxides and more have been linked to asthma and lung disease along with headaches and fatigue.

   2.      Weight Gain Toxins:

To stay thin and fit, your cells need to be cleaned regularly.  But when your cells are dragged down by toxins that lurk in fattening, processed foods, they have a harder time turning up your body.  What results is a slower metabolism and “toxic weight gain” that’s often blamed on aging.

   3.      Fatigue Toxins:

Shocking amounts of heavy metals found in our water sources have been linked to fatigue, as well as to other health problems – all of which make us feel even more run-down and tired!  Even your favorite cologne can cause fatigue due to a main ingredient called tuluene, which can trigger headaches, asthma, seizures, birth defects and even cancer?

   4.      High Cholesterol, Blood Pressure & Circulation Toxins:

Pollutants from radiation, fried foods and processed foods can unleash an army of free radicals on your system and trigger dangerous LDL cholesterol levels.what-are-free-radicals

*   Lead in drinking water has been linked to 680,000 cases of high blood pressure.

*   Paints and solvents used in new construction of homes and offices are loaded with       chemicals and gases that can damage your heart, liver, and even your central nervous       system without you knowing it until it’s too late.

   5.      Digestive Toxins:

The FDA lists more than 2,800 food additives, many of which come from sources that are unnatural to our bodies.  These can create a sluggish bowel with nasty symptoms such as abdominal pain, intense gas, constipation, cramps and diarrhea.

The nutrient-stripped convenient foods we’re now used to eating contained hormones, antibiotics, preservatives, dyes, pesticides, sulfur or tar-based additives, and more.

These toxins float into the bloodstream and head straight to your weakest organism – so not only is your digestive system in peril, but your tissues, glands and blood supply suffer from toxic poisoning, too.

   6.      Joint, Muscle & Headache Toxins:

If you suffer from any type of discomfort, yo should be aware that chemical irritations may be the root cause of your pain.

Nerves are irritated by a host of environmental toxins, such as cigarette smoke, prescription drug use and even microscopic allergens in the air and water – all of these cause a chain reaction that often leads to inflammation and migraines.

   7.      Immune System Toxins:

Something as innocent as the “silver” dental fillings you received as a child quietly release mercury, tin, copper and zinc into your body and drag down your immune system.

Breast cancer has been attributed to pesticides in foods.

Even worse, more than 10,000 bladder and rectal cancer cases each year can be attributed to trihalomethanes found in tainted water supplies.

Doctors across the country agree that the best way to get healthy is to

GET RID OF THE TOXINS!

It’s best to discuss your issues with a doctor who specializes in NATURAL HealthCare.  Although, there are many different products available in local stores, using the right, natural, bioidentical, pharmaceutical grade product will give you the end results you no doubt  desire.  Don’t experiment with your health – INVEST IN YOU – YOUR WORTH IT!cat-toxin

 

Dr. Rhonda – always wanting you to remember how important it is to –

Plan for Tomorrow’s Good Health – TODAY!”™

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ZINC DEFICIENCIES:

 

Zinc is an important mineral in blood physiology and biochemistry.  It’s essential in the formation of blood clots, blood coagulation and fibrinolysis, and its deficiency could have a detrimental effect on this important aspect of human physiology.fibrinolysis (1)

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PMS & NUTRIENTS:

pmsLow dietary intakes of iron and zinc have been identified as a possible risk factor for the development of PMS, according to a recent scientific study.

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