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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Diet low in zinc can cause digestive problems

June 9, 2016. Science Daily.

A new study from Technical University of Munich shows even a small zinc deficiency can cause digestive problems but does not normally cause fatigue or skin problems.

Some highlights.
  1. Even the smallest zinc deficiency can cause problems. Although this is referred to as a "sub clinical" problem.
  2. Zinc deficiency tends to reduce an animal's appetite.
  3. The pancreas puts zinc into the digestive tract to help with digestion. 
  4. "...a subclinical zinc deficiency in humans has been attributed to increased levels of inflammation markers and reduced immunocompetence."

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