Why And What To Eat To Fulfil Zin Deficiency In The Body?

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Jul 29, 2020

Do you know that lack of zinc in the body affects physical development? Not only this, but zinc helps in strengthening the immune system. Zinc deficiency can affect essential functions like metabolism and growth of cells in the body. Millions of people worldwide suffer from zinc deficiency. People who eat pure vegetarian food are more likely to be deficient of zinc. People over 60-65 years of age are also at risk of zinc deficiency. In times of COVID-19, one of the essential nutrients that almost every health expert swears by is zinc tablets. One must know that excess or lack of zinc in the body; both harms the body to a great extent. In such a situation, to maintain the balance of zinc levels in your body, it is essential to change your eating habits and take the right dose of zinc. Hence, one must eat a zinc-enriched diet. This video talks about the foods that are a must for the daily dose of zinc:

1# Peanuts: Eating peanuts gives strength to the body. Apart from this, it is also helpful in keeping the digestive system better.

2# Egg yolk: If you are suffering from low blood pressure, then eat egg along with yolk daily. This will keep your blood pressure under control. Additionally, it also benefits anaemia patients.

3# Garlic: One clove of garlic itself has various health benefits. Apart from being anti-inflammatory, it also has lots of zinc in it.

4# Mushroom: According to experts, mushrooms are rich in fibre. Several properties such as vitamin-D, protein, zinc and selenium make mushrooms manifold beneficial for health.

5# Flaxseeds: There are two main types of flaxseed. According to experts, both these types have almost the same presence of omega-3 fatty acids as well as nutrients. Packed with zinc, it helps in reducing blood pressure, cholesterol and also helps to keep weight in control. The benefits of flaxseeds seeds can prove to be effective in pregnancy as well. In fact, in the year 2015, research done by the International Journal of Experimental Pathology on flaxseed oil has been considered beneficial for pregnancy.

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