ATP Science Z-Mag contains a proven array of ingredients including zinc, magnesium & taurine.
Getting essential nutrients in our diets are becoming harder and harder. Farming practices including soil management and nutrient availability for the plants, harvesting, and storing the produce can all contribute to reduced nutrients in our foods.
The typical Western diet can be very low in vegetables, which is where most minerals are found, and those who are eating more vegetables than the average person still may struggle to get the nutrients depending on the freshness of food and method of storage and preparing or cooking their foods.
Consider that if you are an athlete, exercising more than the average person, or just generally busier than most people, then you are likely to be using, depleting, and excreting a lot more essential nutrients than the average couch potato.
Minerals are obtained mainly from plant sources. Deficiencies in minerals are becoming more prevalent in Western diets and have been associated with many common disorders and disease symptoms.
Many processing techniques employed today in modern food preparation deplete foods of vital nutrients, which include minerals, and is one of the main reasons processed foods may have to be fortified with minerals. Zinc is one of the most dominant minerals used in the fortification of foods these days.