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Generic Zinc Options

Gluzin™ Pharmaceutical Grade Zinc's active ingredient is Zinc Gluconate (also called zincum gluconium) which is a zinc salt that provides a good source of Zinc mineral. There are many types of zinc salt, but Zinc Gluconate is known to be more soluble than other zinc salts, and friendlier to the stomach.

NOW AVAILABLE: Gluzin™ easy-to-swallow zinc gluconate
(25 mg and 50 mg) capsules that helps support and promote*:

  • Blocking the absorption of excess copper in the body
  • Healthy zinc levels
  • A healthy immune system
  • Balances interactions of essential trace elements in the body
  • Healthy DNA synthesis and metabolism

Gluzin™ has been formulated with minimum fillers to help reduce allergic reactions.
For more information on Gluzin™, please go to www.extremeV.com or email us at info@extremeV.com.

To read the Zinc Digest, published in The Copper Connection, click here.

To read comments made by the WDA Medical Advisory Committee, click here.

For information on how to receive a 25% discount for Wilson Disease Association members
go to:  www.gluzin.com


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