September 21, 2015
Studies have been reported that show a link to zinc deficiency and immune function. A recent study showed “that reducing zinc caused improper immune cell activation and dysregulation of a cytokine IL-6, a protein that affects inflammation in the cell.” The study authors submit that: “Our results suggested potential interactions between zinc status, epigenetics, and immune function, and how their dysregulation could contribute to chronic inflammation.”
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Diane Silverman R.Ph.
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