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Assessment

Better health and better individual and organisational productivity are all measurable....

Health Checks

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Health Fairs

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Fitness Center Design

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Natural Food Sources
Beef, black beans, blackstrap molasses, chicken heart, egg yolk, fish, lamb, maple syrup, milk, nuts, oysters, pork, sesame seeds, soybeans, sunflower seeds, turkey, wheat germ, whole grain products, yeast.

Main Functions
Zinc is a component of insulin and over 100 enzymes, proteins, nucleic acids and hormones. It helps in the healing of wounds, tissue repair, growth, energy conversion and sexual development. It regulates blood sugar, blood pressure, heart rate and cholesterol levels.

Deficiency Symptoms
Although uncommon, zinc deficiency symptoms include anemia, stunted growth, birth defects, sterility, mental problems, skin problems, hair loss and a decreased ability to taste food. If your diet is too rich in copper or iron, it could lead to a zinc deficiency.

Toxicity Symptoms
Consuming greater than 25 mg of zinc daily can lead to a copper deficiency. More than 150 mg of zinc can make one susceptible to infection. Daily doses exceeding 2000 mg per day may cause drowsiness, nausea and vomiting.

Recommended Dietary Allowance

Men: 15 mg
Women: 12 mg