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100-Ct. NOW Supplements 30 mg L-OptiZinc w/ Copper EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 100-Ct. NOW Supplements 30 mg L-OptiZinc w/ Copper for $2. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks timbertop

Note: In stock on February 1, 2020.
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  • L-OptiZinc is a form of Zinc complexed with the amino acid Methionine for increased absorption and retention. -StrawMan86
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L-OptiZinc is more easily absorbed than zinc oxide which is the form found in many multi-vitamins and is not well absorbed. Zinc is often taken to strengthen immune function, prevent colds, aid cognition and to boost hormone production
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Bought one with no rush credit, btw minerals never expire, so no need to worry about the expiry date
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Bought one with no rush credit, btw minerals never expire, so no need to worry about the expiry date
"Dammit Marie, they're called minerals!"
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Bought one with no rush credit, btw minerals never expire, so no need to worry about the expiry date
Do the capsules go rancid?
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Any reason for a healthy person to take this?
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Made 2 orders of 1 bottle, each with a no-rush reward. Used 20% AmEx discount and donated some money to my local taxing jurisdictions. Good deal
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Any reason for a healthy person to take this?
The reviews claim it's great for acne, which zinc is. I guess it's better absorbed than typical zinc supplements. Fakespot rating of C, for what that's worth.
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Any reason for a healthy person to take this?
The only reasons for taking this supplement would be a verified deficiency and a cold. There's sufficient evidence that zinc supplementation can shorten the duration of a cold by approximately 20%. It should be noted that elderberry extract has been shown, in studies, to be considerably more effective however.
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Thanks! Kept getting an error with mobile Amazon shopping app and mobile amazon site when trying to add this product but it worked fine on PC browser.
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Might be dead, getting no longer available from seller selected, which was amazon.
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Only available from 3rd party sellers now. Barely missed it. :-(
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The only reasons for taking this supplement would be a verified deficiency and a cold. There's sufficient evidence that zinc supplementation can shorten the duration of a cold by approximately 20%. It should be noted that elderberry extract has been shown, in studies, to be considerably more effective however.
Elderberry is awesome for coughs. I saw an ad for a cough syrup that was elderberry syrup with zinc in it.
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