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How much zinc to take daily?

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Zinc supports the immune system by fighting viruses and bacteria. 2-13 milligrams of zinc is recommended on a daily basis. Infants need the least, teenagers and men require it the most (around 12 milligrams), whereas women require 8 milligrams of zinc intake. One could consume zinc in their regular diet or even go for supplements. Over consumption may lead to abdominal cramps, vomiting, and a high risk of copper deficiency.

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Daily recommended dose of zinc is roughly 11mg for men and 8mg for women. The main thing to consider is that zinc shouldn’t be consumed on an empty stomach as a large amount can induce nausea or vomiting.

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Is it? I never actually checked for the nutrition info.

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Include foods that help in balancing the nutrients.

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