ZINC CHALLENGE TEST
ABOUT THE ZINC CHALLENGE TEST
Check for deficiencies of trace mineral Zinc and boost your immunity with this simple blood test. Nutrition just got smart.
WHAT IS A ZINC CHALLENGE TEST AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
Is your skin inflamed? Are your sugar cravings out of control? These could both be signs of a Zinc deficiency. Our bodies can’t make this essential trace mineral but we all need small amounts to function properly. Daily consumption is vital, but it is hard to get them all from food, even if you follow a really healthy diet. Blame modern farming methods that deplete levels of Zinc in the soil.
It is time to take the role of nutrition and skin health seriously. This simple blood test will check the levels of Zinc essential for healthy skin, hair and nails and spot any deficiencies. Let’s repair your skin from the inside out.
ZINC AND SKIN HEALTH
Anti-inflammatory Zinc is an important nutrient for skin health and helps calm inflamed skin suffering from breakouts and chronic skin conditions. It also stimulates collagen production and helps keep our skin smooth and youthful.
- Sugar cravings
- Hair loss
- Rough and dry skin
- Inflammatory skin conditions
- Upset stomach and sickness
- Leaky gut syndrome (reduces Zinc absorption)
- High alcohol intake (limits absorption of Zinc)
- Restricted diet (vegan/vegetarian)
BENEFITS OF SUPPLEMENTING ZINC LEVELS
- Improves condition of skin, hair and nails
- Antioxidant: prevents premature ageing
- Rejuvenates skin
- Anti-inflammatory: helps to heal breakouts
- Boosts immunity
- Relief from allergies
WHAT TO EXPECT
Vitamin Injections London is headed by skilled IV/IM Nurses and Aesthetic Practitioners who will conduct a full review of your medical history. The Challenge compares Zinc levels in your blood before and after oral consumption of 220mg of Zinc Sulfate.
Vitamin Injections London is headed by skilled IV/IM Medical Aesthetician and Skin Specialist Bianca Estelle. Our experienced nutrient therapy practitioners will conduct a full review of your medical history. The Challenge compares Zinc levels in your blood before and after oral consumption of 220mg of Zinc Sulfate.