Seeking Health ZCG 500 is designed for persons desiring a natural approach to supporting the gastrointestinal lining. ZCG 500 (Zinc Carnosine and Glutamine) is a breakthrough in the nutritional support of gastrointestinal health especially in the setting of gastritis, peptic ulcer disease, and intestinal hyperpermeability. 60 veg caps
ZCG 500 contains a unique formula featuring Zinc L-Carnosine and L-Glutamine to support gastrointestinal healing.
Nutritional support for those with gastrointestinal inflammation, including:
Zinc L-Carnosine complex has been clinically shown to promote healing of gastric mucosal lesions.
L-Glutamine is an important energy source for enterocytes and essential nutrient for repairing the intestinal lining and restoring gut barrier integrity.
Gastritis is a common medical condition often associated with:
Zinc L-Carnosine and L-Glutamine are two of hte most promising natural agents for maintaining the health and integrity of the gastrointestinal lining. They strengthen gastric and intestinal tissues and enhance resistance to injury.
Seeking Health ZCG 500 may be combined with a high-quality probiotic, such as Seeking Health ProBiota 12, for a more comprehensive approach to gastrointestinal healing.
Each vegetarian capsule of ZCG 500 by Seeking Health provides 75 mg of zinc L-carnosine complex (containing 17 mg of elemental zinc) and 400 g of L-glutamine.
Free from common allergens such as gluten, dairy, egg, soy, fish, shellfish, nuts, corn
60 veg caps
Dr. Ben Lynch, founder and Chief Medical Officer of Seeking Health, is a naturopathic physician. While majoring in Cell and Molecular biology at the University of Washington, Dr. Ben took a trip through the South Pacific and Southeast Asia that changed his outlook on traditional medicine, and his life.
During this trip, Dr. Ben hiked through the forests, mountains and coasts of Tasmania, worked a cattle ranch in the Outback of Australia, and volunteered with Mother Theresa in Calcutta. He lived in Fiji with a family having no electricity or plumbing, experienced the Himalayan Mountains of Northern India, worked a fruit orchard in New Zealand, and returned to America with an impression of a different form of medicine than he had ever experienced with his mainstream medical education.
This profound experience led Dr. Ben to Bastyr University, and he studied the Mind-Body Connection, Environmental Medicine, Functional Medicine, and Epigenetics.
Dr. Ben saw the huge need for people to obtain foundational nutrients, and Seeking Health was born. Without foundational nutrients, biochemical dysfunction occurs and causes symptoms. Doctor after doctor and person after person do not understand the absolute requirement for our bodies to have the tools to maintain function.
“If one supports their bodily systems, especially their digestion and mental health, with pure, highly absorbable, well-formulated nutrients, the ability to remain healthy and vital significantly increases. We want your foundation rock solid and we provide the tools to do so.”
-Dr. Ben Lynch, founder of Seeking Health
Seeking Health believes that the root cause for many health conditions and supplements stem from ineffective digestion, environmental exposures, poor diet, and lack of a healthy social outlet and inlet.
Seeking Health is here to see you get better, and stay better. Their true passion is prevention.
Seeking Health is based in Bellingham, Washington and operated and managed by a team dedicated to bringing you better health through the best quality supplements, prebiotics, probiotics, and multivitamins.
Seeking Health brings you effective formulas produced without preservatives, colors, titanium dioxide, coloring, or gluten.
Cost Per Serving: $0.63
Brand: Seeking Health
Delivery type: Vegetarian Capsule
Contraindications: Persons with cirrhosis of the liver, Alzheimer’s disease or manic symptoms, individuals taking penicillamine, antibiotics or methotrexate, and those at higher risk of copper deficiency, such as bariatric surgery patients and users of zinc-based denture cr
Made In: USA
Serving size: 1 Capsule
Servings per container: 60
|Zinc (as zinc L-carnosine complex)||17 mg||-|
|Zinc Carnosine (as zinc L-carnosine complex)||75 mg||-|
|L-Glutamine USP||400 mg||-|
Vegetarian capsule (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, water), L-leucine, and cellulose
As a dietary supplement, take one (1) capsule twice daily or as directed by a healthcare practitioner
Keep out of reach of children.
Dr. Ben recommended this product for my gastritis related stomach pain. I take two capsules a day, once in the morning and once before dinner. It has helped soothe my stomach lining since my stomach pain is almost gone. This product has certainly relieved my gastritis symptoms!
Order ID 167449 (Posted on 10/17/12)
Dr. Ben recommended this for my Gastritis. My condition has significantly improved. It is a slow healing process and ZCG 500 has really helped. I still have a ways to go. I recommend this to anyone with digestive issues. (Posted on 10/17/12)
I am following up with you regarding your customer service web chat and your question about h. pylori. As I understand, you are currently symptom free due to using Manuka Honey, Sac B, Pro Biota, L- Glut, and Bragg apple cider vinegar for one month, but you still have the h. pylori. In regards to how long to take these supplement, almost all of these supplement recommendations are required only for a few months time. Consider one month of use for every year of gastritis. One cause of gastritis is h. pylori. In many cases, it will be faster than that but this is a general guideline.
I do not recommend the use of any of these long term except Probiotia (capsules) and L-Glutamine Powder. Drink a lot of water with the Glutamine so it doesn’t constipate you.
Adding 1 capsule of ZCG 500 three times daily between meals is recommended for a few months to help heal the area and support the body’s ability to eradicate h. pylori.
The purpose of Microbial Defense is to inhibit the growth of pathogens gently. It definitely wouldn’t hurt to try this.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
Kelly Harrington, MS, RD
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist for Healthy Goods