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They are high in zinc, iron, magnesium and protein. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Further exploration will determine the full extent of zinc and lead there. Times, Sunday Times (2010)High intakes of zinc reduce copper absorption. Mayes, Adrienne The Dictionary of Nutritional Health (1986)Zinc and iron are especially valuable in this context. Stanway, Dr Andrew Miracle Micronutrients (1987)Certain diseases and illnesses alter the absorption of zinc from the intestine. Stanway, Dr Andrew Miracle Micronutrients (1987)They are also high on iron and zinc which can keep your blood and cardiovascular system healthy. The Sun (2012)They also contain iron and zinc which keeps your blood and cardiovascular system healthy. The Sun (2014)Such remains are especially useful for studying zinc, copper and magnesium. Stanway, Dr Andrew Miracle Micronutrients (1987)For example, some shampoos contain selenium and others zinc. Stanway, Dr Andrew Miracle Micronutrients (1987)Aluminium, copper and zinc have all hit record prices this year. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The miner struck significant quantities of zinc and lead in Greenland drilling in the autumn. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But all that selenium and zinc can't do a lot of harm. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The mine also contains large deposits of zinc, lead and copper as well as silver. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Alcohol interferes with zinc absorption, and encourages the absorption of lead. Holford, Patrick The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)You should also consume more soya, cut animal fat and consider taking zinc and selenium pills daily. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The group needs big credit lines to conduct its global trading operations in commodities including oil, zinc and copper. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Copper vs zinc Zinc and copper are well known enemies so zinc needs to go up if copper is in excess. Holford, Patrick The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)In some of these an imbalance of zinc to copper, or a deficiency of magnesium or zinc alone seem to be the problem. Stanway, Dr Andrew Miracle Micronutrients (1987)Before bed I take a zinc and magnesium supplement to ensure a deep sleep and vivid dreams. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Good source of vitamin B12, zinc and magnesium to boost immune system. The Sun (2015)This is done by adding hydrogen to hot oil with a catalyst, usually a metal such as zinc, to change its form. The Sun (2006)

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Inglês Britânico: zinc /zɪŋk/ NOUN
Zinc is a bluish-white metal which is used to make other metals such as brass, or to cover other metals such as iron to stop them rusting.
  • Inglês Americano: zinc
  • Árabe: زِنْك
  • Português Brasileiro: zinco
  • Chinês:
  • Croata: cink
  • Tcheco: zinek
  • Dinamarquês: zink
  • Holandês: zink
  • Espanhol Europeu: cinc
  • Finlandês: sinkki
  • Francês: zinc
  • Alemão: Zink
  • Grego: ψευδάργυρος
  • Italiano: zinco
  • Japonês: 亜鉛
  • Coreano: 아연
  • Norueguês: sink
  • Polonês: cynk
  • Português Europeu: zinco
  • Romeno: zinc
  • Russo: цинк
  • Espanhol: cinc
  • Sueco: zink
  • Tailandês: สังกะสี
  • Turco: çinko
  • Ucraniano: цинк
  • Vietnamita: kẽm

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Definição de zinc do Collins Dicionário Inglês
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