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ZinkII mse

Food supplement with 1.25 mg zincII biologically bound to Spirulina platensis

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Why zinc is important for my body

Tasks of zinc

Cell metabolism is based, among other things, on the functioning of the mitochondria, in which energy is obtained from our food. Zinc belongs to the mitotropic substances that are important for the mitochondria and are therefore also called Mitoceuticals®.

Zinc contributes to:

  • normal function of the immune system
  • protection of cells from oxidative stress
  • normal cognitive (thinking) function
  • Maintenance of normal skin, hair and nails
  • Maintenance of normal bones
  • Maintenance of normal vision
  • normal vitamin A metabolism
  • normal metabolism of macronutrients (carbohydrates, fat, protein)
  • normal protein synthesis
  • normal DNA synthesis
  • normal fertility and reproduction
  • normal blood testosterone levels

Possible causes of increased zinc need or deficiency:

Environmental influences

  • Environmental influences
  • zinc-poor soils
  • Heavy metal pollution
  • Amalgam remediation


  • Sport
  • vegetarian diet
  • high-fibre diet
  • one-sided diets/fast food
  • alcoholism


  • Childhood
  • Adolescence
  • Pregnancy & breastfeeding
  • old age
  • Taking certain medicines*
  • Operations*
  • Blood loss*

In case of illness*

  • Burns
  • Acute/chronic infections
  • allergies
  • acne
  • diabetes mellitus
  • Liver diseases
  • Kidney diseases
  • Neurodermatitis, psoriasis
  • Resorption disorders (ulcerative colitis, Chron's disease, coeliac disease, diarrhoea)

* This refers to a possibly increased nutrient requirement and not to the alleviation, healing, or prevention of a disease.

ZinkII mse

ZinkII mse contains the trace element zincII biologically bound to the freshwater microalgae Spirulina platensis. Biologically bound zincII is particularly well absorbed and utilised. In addition, the microalga is characterised by other valuable ingredients such as chlorophyll, plant protein, minerals, trace elements and vitamins.

The microalgae Spirulina platensis is extracted from soda lakes and is therefore low in iodine. It is therefore tolerated by people who are sensitive to iodine.

ZinkII mse contains 1.25 mg zincII per tablet.


The daily intake of 6 tablets contains: 7.5 mg zincII (75 %*).

* of the reference quantity according to the Food Information Ordinance


Zinc-containing Spirulina platensis, coating agent hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, anti-caking agent silicon dioxide.

Free from milk protein, lactose, gluten, soya, yeast, gelatine, flavourings, colourings and preservatives.

Recommended intake

Take 6 tablets a day with sufficient liquid at mealtimes.

Sufficient liquid allows the protein-rich Spirulina platensis to pre-swell and be digested better.

Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.

Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Storage information

Store out of reach of small children.

Important notice

The microalgae Spirulina platensis contained in ZinkII mse is characterised by valuable ingredients.

The daily intake of 6 tablets contains 3 g Spirulina platensis with:

  • 8 - 1.95 g vegetable protein
  • 420 mg carbohydrates
  • 105 - 195 mg fat
  • up to 210 mg minerals
  • Trace elements
  • Vitamins, including vitamin B12
  • Chlorophy

Spirulina platensis is easily digestible as it has no cellulose-containing cell wall.



Frequently asked questions

Is zinc in biological form better absorbed by the body than in inorganic form?

Yes, zinc in biological form can be absorbed and utilised particularly well by the body.

What is the difference to the product ZinkoMit?

In ZinkoMit, zinc is also present in organic form and therefore also has a particularly good bioavailability. However, ZinkII mse contains other valuable ingredients such as chlorophyll, plant protein, minerals, trace elements and vitamins.

Does the microalgae Spirulina platensis contain much iodine?

The microalgae Spirulina platensis contained in ZinkII mse is extracted from soda lakes and is therefore low in iodine.

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