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ConsumerLab Tests, Approves TMRs Ionic Zinc

<p>ConsumerLab.com tested, evaluated and approved Trace Minerals Research (TMR)&#8217;s Ionic Zinc, which passed all necessary criteria during its analysis and was awarded a spot on the Approved Quality Products List.</p>

OGDEN, Utah—ConsumerLab.com tested, evaluated and approved Trace Minerals Research (TMR)’s Ionic Zinc, which passed all necessary criteria during its analysis and was awarded a spot on the Approved Quality Products List.

The review conducted by ConsumerLab.com consisted of several zinc supplements and included several different manufacturers in the health and nutrition industry. The review reports whether the ingredient claims for zinc on the product’s label match the independent test results performed by ConsumerLab.com.

The review also includes testing on California Prop 65 levels for lead and United States Pharmacopeia (USP) parameters for disintegration for vitamin-mineral supplements.

Ionic Zinc is a rich concentrated liquid dietary supplement that provides 50 milligrams of zinc sulfate, an ionic form of zinc, which is the form most widely recognized by the body. In addition, it contains 100 percent of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of copper per serving in the form of copper gluconate. Like all of TMR’s products, Ionic Zinc contains a full spectrum of more than 72 naturally occurring ionic trace minerals from ConcenTrace®, a unique mineral complex harvested from the Great Salt Lake in Utah.

This is the second time Ionic Zinc has been reviewed and approved by ConsumerLab.com. It was last tested and approved in 2011 in a review conducted on zinc supplements and lozenges.

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