ZinSeD x60 is an easily digestible formula of microelements and vitamins necessary for the immune system and the normal functioning of the body. Zinc in its perfectly digestible form (bisglycinate chelate) maintains the body’s defenses and normal DNA synthesis. Organic selenium (an easily digestible form of L-selenomethionine) helps protect cells from oxidative stress. Vitamin D3 (from a plant source) contributes to the normal function of the immune system and the metabolism of minerals. Vitamin C (a stomach-sparing form – potassium ascorbate) favors the immune capacity and recovery processes of the body.


Zinc is extremely important for the normal function of the immune system. Zinc deficiency leads to a disrupted reaction of the immune system, which makes the body susceptible to a number of bacterial, viral and parasitic infections. Zinc also contributes to normal cell division and DNA synthesis, as do cells in the immune system (such as neutrophils, natural killer cells, cytokines and B-lymphocytes). Zinc also helps protect cells from oxidative stress.

The presence of zinc in the body is important for the overall normal function of the body, as zinc contributes to: normal cognitive functions, normal absorption of micro and macro elements (including proteins, fats and vitamin A); the normal condition of the skin, nails, hair, vision, joints, cardiovascular system; fertility (in men helps the normal state of the prostate); normalizes testosterone levels.

Zinc in ZinSeD is in an organic chelated form. This makes it easily digestible and with increased bioavailability. Comparative studies have shown that chelated forms are more digestible than inorganic forms of zinc. A study of the digestibility of various forms of zinc shows that bisglycinate is the most digestible compared to other organic and inorganic forms.

ZinSeD x60 Dosage:

Adults and children over 13 years: 2 times (morning and evening) 1 tablet before meals with a glass of water; maintenance dose – 1 tablet.

Children from 7-13 years: 1 tablet daily.

Children from 4-7 years: only after consultation with a specialist.