11 February 2020
By Chantal Du Chenne, The Health Coach and owner operator of the DripBar.
Zinc, element number 30 on the periodic table, is that zesty (lively and pleasing :-)) mineral that provides more benefits than we realize.
Our DripBar clients often feedback to us that their energy increased and their improved sleep within a few days of receiving one of the drips with zinc (detox and skin and gut health).
Here are a few signs that you might be low in zinc:
As Human beings, we have zinc receptors on many of our cells. Heavy metals (toxic) can bind to these zinc receptors, blocking zinc from binding to the receptors and then entering the cell. In this case, the zinc deficiency is at a cellular level while blood levels of zinc (blood results) may still appear normal. Chelation therapy (heavy metal detoxification) is an important consideration when dealing with symptoms of zinc deficiency.
Research has found that zinc levels are directly associated with the following hormones:
Chantal Du Chenne
Head Health Coach@ the DripBar
Over her 25 year career, Chantal has held various positions within the health and wellness industry – including 10 years as the Executive Head of Vodacom’s Corporate Wellness program. Chantal is a B.Sc.Hons Physiotherapy, a renowned professional Golf fitness and conditioning expert, a Sport and Lifestyle Nutritionist and a Health Coach specialising in Gut Health and the Gut Microbiome. Her specific areas of interest include auto-immune diseases, cancer, anxiety and depression. Chantal is the founder of the DripBar which offers vitamin and mineral drip therapy as well as gut health education in improving micronutrient deficiencies.
Chantal is a competitive cyclist, a plant strong vegan and mom to two beautiful grown up girls.
Chantal consults as a Health Coach at the DripBar as well as in the corporate industry and international sports arena (golf and cycling). Get more details by emailing: Chantal@healthtrac.global
the DripBar is a stockist of retail products that support reversal of leaky gut and gut microbiome dysbiosis.
This blog post contains information that is not designed to take the place of, substitute, or replace any form and method of professional or medical advice and treatment or medicine. All content is the author’s opinion and is not intended to diagnose and remedy. The facts and figures contained in this document are presented solely for informational and educational purposes only.