Tuesday, September 26, 2017

zinc deficiency

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that 31% of the world’s population has zinc deficiency.

In fact, zinc deficiency is the fifth leading risk factor in disease worldwide, such is its importance to maintaining a healthy and effective immune system.

Symptoms of Zinc Deficiency

There are numerous symptoms of zinc deficiency and these are certainly not all third world problems.

  • Weak immunity – e.g. being prone to colds
  • Allergies and sensitivities to food and environmental factors
  • Slow wound healing
  • Slowed growth
  • Low insulin levels
  • Loss of appetite
  • Irritability
  • Hair loss/thinning hair
  • Rough and dry skin
  • Acne
  • Skin rashes
  • Poor sense of taste and smell
  • Nausea
  • Leaky gut
  • Susceptibility to diarrhoea
  • Poor neurological function
  • Attention issues

Diagnosing Zinc Deficiency

Many people assume that zinc deficiency is more of a third world problem, which means that people are not alert to it in the UK. Yet with busy Western lifestyles, it can affect many people and go undiagnosed.

OligoScan Advanced Spectrometry Testing

London-based Clinicbe® can quickly and easily diagnose zinc deficiency without taking a blood or urine sample. The clinic uses advanced OligoScan spectrometry cellular testing service; a system which involves a cellular scan to provide detailed data on the patient’s body and health:

  • Mineral deficiencies (due to diet and food choices)
  • Accumulation of heavy metals in the body
  • Anti-oxidant levels
  • Acidity levels
  • Pure assimilation

Once diagnosed, zinc deficiency can then be treated. Patients with zinc deficiency are often surprised how much healthier they feel and how annoying skin issues and sensitivities are reduced once the issue is resolved. Zinc deficiency can be treated through dietary change, or supplements.

Clinicbe London

Dr Barbara Kubicka works at her own exclusive Clinicbe based in Knightsbridge offers a comprehensive range of anti-ageing and medical skin treatments for men and women who live and work in West London, including Knightsbridge, Belgravia, Sloane Square, Chelsea and Mayfair and even attracts patients from overseas.

To learn more, please contact us to arrange a  private consultation to discuss your requirements in confidence and without obligation. It’s an excellent opportunity to benefit from expert advice on skincare, whatever your area of concern.

For more information or to book a private consultation with Dr Barbara Kubicka please contact us on 0207 125 0521 or email info@clinicbe.com.

 

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Identifying Zinc Deficiency with Cellular Testing | Clinicbe
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Identifying Zinc Deficiency with Cellular Testing | Clinicbe
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Symptoms of zinc deficiency include skin concerns, hair loss and lower immunity. Clinicbe London diagnose with OligoScan spectrometry cellular testing.
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Clinicbe® London
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