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Zinc L-carnosine is a combination of L-carnosine and Zinc for gut health.

  • Protects the integrity of the gastric mucosa.
  • May help reduce discomfort associated with acid reflux.
  • L-carnosine optimizes zinc's effect by fixing it to gastric mucosal cells.
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Zinc L-Carnosine (Zinc Carnosine) for Gastrointestinal Health

This zinc L-carnosine combination provides a natural and effective way to protect the integrity of gastric mucosa and combat acid reflux-associated disorders.

Here, we look at zinc carnosine to see what the benefits are and explain how to take it as a supplement. You might find this vital supplement provides the support you need for an overall health boost.

What is Zinc Carnosine?

Before getting into the benefits, side effects and other characteristics of zinc L-carnosine, it’s important to understand exactly what zinc carnosine is. The best way to explain that is to answer the question, what's the difference between zinc carnosine vs zinc? The zinc L-carnosine supplement combines elemental zinc and L-carnosine, creating a synergistic product that provides additional digestive benefits.

When zinc is obtained from food, it’s released very quickly, but bonding it to L-carnosine helps it achieve a slower release, making it more effective, especially when attempting to battle zinc deficiency.

Why Choose Zinc L-Carnosine (Polaprezinc)?

Protecting the stomach lining and reducing discomfort associated with acid reflux often means using medication that causes side effects. This is particularly true in the case of proton pump inhibitors, which can often prevent the production of the stomach acids necessary for calcium absorption. This, in turn, can cause bones to become more brittle, increasing the chances of fractures and breaks.

And if you are suffering from a zinc deficiency, it can lead to changes in the secretion of various cytokines, which can cause intestinal inflammation, reduce immune defenses in the stomach, and destabilize cell membranes. Zinc L-carnosine, like any zinc supplement, may help combat the onset of a zinc deficiency and even correct an existing zinc deficiency caused by a lack of zinc intake.

Zinc Carnosine Benefits

Zinc L-carnosine uses are largely gastrointestinal.

And, although some plants, like plantains and slippery elms, and foods, like licorice and marshmallows, are known for benefiting gut health, they simply cannot compare to zinc L-carnosine.

Studies have been conducted, revealing some of the potential zinc L-carnosine benefits – the most common are all related to taking zinc L-carnosine for gastritis. Below are more details:

  • Combining the two elements of zinc and L-carnosine in equal parts produces a new molecule with properties that are superior to those of the two elements separately.
  • L-carnosine, which is naturally present in muscle tissue, optimizes the effect of zinc both by enabling it to reach the site of inflammation or ulceration and by fixing it to gastric mucosal cells.
  • Currently being studied is zinc L-carnosine’s effects on gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) – i.e., determining whether or not it may support GERD remission.

In general, zinc carnosine uses are all related to supporting gastrointestinal health.

Zinc Carnosine Side Effects

Taking zinc carnosine gastritis supplements might seem like a common thing to do, but it is still important to consider the possible zinc L-carnosine side effects. Examining zinc carnosine benefits and side effects shows that taking this supplement is considered relatively safe for most people.

However, it is important to do your own research before taking any new zinc carnosine supplements.

If you suffer from other conditions or are taking any other medications, you should speak with a healthcare provider before starting a new zinc L-carnosine gastritis regimen. Additionally, there is not enough evidence to suggest whether pregnant or breastfeeding mothers should take zinc L-carnosine. For this reason, it is recommended that you speak with your physician before you buy zinc carnosine.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Composition
Daily serving: 2 capsules
Number of servings per bottle: 60
Quantity per serving
Zinc L-carnosine (proprietary 1:1 molecular combination of L-carnosine and zinc providing 17 mg of elemental zinc and 58 mg of elemental carnosine) 75 mg*
Other ingredient: white rice flour.
*Recommended Daily Allowances in Zinc: 170%.

Each vegetarian capsule contains 37.5 mg of Zinc L-carnosine.
Directions for use

How to Take our Zinc Carnosine Supplement?

Our zinc carnosine capsules are entirely vegetarian. Each one contains 37.5 mg of zinc L-carnosine. The best time to take zinc carnosine is after you have eaten a meal. We recommend adults to take 1 in the morning and 1 at night (1 after breakfast and 1 after dinner). However, you could also take up to 2 capsules in the morning and 2 more in the evening, with the consent of your doctor.

Choosing the appropriate dose will depend on a few factors, including your current health, your age and whether or not you have any pre-existing health conditions. Always store your supplements out of the reach of children and pets. Additionally, you should keep the bottles in a cool, dry location, away from direct sunlight. Never take any supplements after they have reached the expiration date on the bottle.

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It's helped considerably with bloating symptoms
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This product has helped me to better manage GERD symptoms.
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I've had gut issues for years and this and another supplement I'm great.
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Zinc Carnosine delivered what it promised. It greatly helped my 71 year old
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It helps to mitigate my gerd.
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I recommend this product for anyone who is having stomach problems, it works. Supersmart's is the best value on the market.
References
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  2. Mahmood A., FitzGerald A.J., Marchbank T., Ntatsaki E., Murray D., Ghosh S., Playford R.J. Zinc carnosine, a health food supplement that stabilises small bowel integrity and stimulates gut repair processes. Gut. 2007;56:168–175. doi: 10.1136/gut.2006.099929.
  3. Sakagami M., Ikeda M., Tomita H., Ikui A., Aiba T., Takeda N., Inokuchi A., Kurono Y., Nakashima M., Shibasaki Y. A zinc-containing compound, Polaprezinc, is effective for patients with taste disorders: Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multi-center study. Acta Oto Laryngol. 2009;129:1115–1120. doi: 10.1080/00016480802552550.
  4. Takaoka T., Sarukura N., Ueda C., Kitamura Y., Kalubi B., Toda N., Abe K., Yamamoto S., Takeda N. Effects of zinc supplementation on serum zinc concentration and ratio of apo/holo-activities of angiotensin converting enzyme in patients with taste impairment. Auris Nasus Larynx. 2010;37:190–194. doi: 10.1016/j.anl.2009.07.003
  5. Fujii H., Hirose C., Ishihara M., Iihara H., Imai H., Tanaka Y., Matsuhashi N., Takahashi T., Yamaguchi K., Yoshida K. Improvement of Dysgeusia by Polaprezinc, a zinc-L-carnosine, in outpatients receiving cancer chemotherapy. Anticancer Res. 2018;38:6367–6373. doi: 10.21873/anticanres.12995.
  6. Yanase K., Funaguchi N., Iihara H., Yamada M., Kaito D., Endo J., Ito F., Ohno Y., Tanaka H., Itoh Y. Prevention of radiation esophagitis by polaprezinc (zinc L-carnosine) in patients with non-small cell lung cancer who received chemoradiotherapy. Int. J. Clin. Exp. Med. 2015;8:16215.
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  10. Masayuki F., Norihiko K., Keita T., Miwa I., Masayuki I., Toshihiko I., Hiromi F., Chikaaki M., Norio N. Efficacy and safety of polaprezinc as a preventive drug for radiation-induced stomatitis. Nihon Igaku Hoshasen Gakkai Zasshi. Nippon Acta Radiol. 2002;62:144–150.
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