Zinc With a Zip

Zinc and silver liquid supplement

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From cosmic beginnings, 4LifeElements offers you its first mineral solution from our earth; for your life. Zinc Factor is a revolutionary mineral solution that combines the ionic energy of silver with zinc to power up your immune system.*
Fuel your immune system with the only ionic solution available that features the power of both silver AND zinc ions through a proprietary electrochemical process!*

Ready . . . set . . . charge!

Zinc, alone, aids in normal production and function of key immune system cells. Intermix that with the electrically charged company of ionic silver, and you have bio-active zinc with a zip!*

Think zinc

  • Zinc is trace element, meaning it’s present in your body and is necessary to stay healthy. In fact, of the trace elements, zinc is only second to iron in its concentration.
  • Zinc is important for the production and function of all immune system cells, but especially T cells—cells that respond to harmful invaders.††

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A silver story

  • Rare metals like silver were forged in space during the collision of giant supernovas and colliding stars.
  • When a silver atom loses one electron, it becomes positively charged, or ionic. In its ionic form, silver can disrupt interfering cells.*

Experience Zinc Factor

Supports the immune system using the ionic power of zinc*

Zinc is a required element in healthy immune cell function.*

Boosts immune function using the ionic power of silver*

Includes the ingredients:

Ionic zinc at 180 mcg per 1 oz. serving
Ionic silver at 360 mcg per 1 oz. serving

Proprietary electrochemistry process

Zinc Factor is formulated using a proprietary electrochemistry process that harnesses the energy of silver to create a unique, chemical compound.

† Wax, E. (2019, February 2). Zinc in Diet. Medline Plus. https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/002416.htm
†† Kaltenberg, J., Plum, L.M., Ober-Blöbaum, J.L., Hönscheid, A., Rink, L., & Haase, H. (2010). Zinc signals promote IL-2-dependent proliferation of T cells. European Journal of Immunology, 40(5), 1496-1503. doi:10.1002/eji.200939574