Are you taking this? It lowers zinc (bad for rockiness)

Female doctor checking senior mans blood pressure in clinic

This common treatment is making more and more men too low in zinc (and causing terrible erections problems)

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Are you taking this? It lowers zinc (bad for rockiness)

Zinc is a trace element found in many foods.

This nutrient is essential for many things, including optimal immune function and peak testosterone levels — it prevents the conversion of testosterone to estrogen.

These days many people are deficient in zinc because they don’t get enough from their diet.

Zinc levels also tend to go down with age. This may be one of the most important reasons why older people have worse immunity and suffer more with infectious diseases.

But some commonly distributed treatments also have the effect of lowering zinc levels.

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This human research was carried out at the Department of Internal Medicine A, Assaf Harofeh Medical Center, Zerifin, Israel. The results were published in The Journal of the American College of Nutrition.

The study looked at the effect of 2 ACE inhibitors on zinc levels. 

ACE inhibitors lower the action of an enzyme called angiotensin-converting enzyme.

These treatments are widely used, primarily in the treatment of high blood pressure.

“We investigated the effect of chronic captopril and enalapril treatment on zinc metabolism in hypertensive patients by assessing zinc levels in serum, urine and monocytes.”

The study recruited 44 people in total. The researchers tested zinc levels in blood plasma, urine, and white blood cells before the study began — before any of the participants had taken any ACE inhibitors.

“Prior to the start of treatment zinc was assessed in the serum, in urine collected over 24 hours, and in peripheral blood monocytes.”

Then 34 people with high blood pressure began treatment with 1 of the ACE inhibitor treatments.

The 10 remaining participants did not have high blood pressure and did not start taking treatments.

Later, all of the participants returned to have the zinc tests repeated.

“Six months later, zinc was assessed in the serum, urine, and peripheral blood monocytes.”

People taking the ACE inhibitor captopril lost more zinc in their urine.

“Significant enhancement of 24-hour urinary zinc excretion after 6 months of treatment was observed only in the captopril-treated group.”

Both groups taking ACE inhibitors had significantly lower levels of zinc in their white blood cells after 6 months of treatment.

“However, intramonocytic zinc levels decreased significantly in both of the treated groups over the same period.”

The researchers concluded that these 2 ACE inhibitors could lead up to a zinc deficiency.

“Treatment of hypertensive patients with captopril or enalapril may result in zinc deficiency.”

A number of common side effects of these treatments are similar to those of zinc deficiency…

These similar side effects include poor appetite, skin tingling or numbness, and taste disturbances.

Zinc deficiency can lead to serious health problems. Zinc is absolutely essential for the optimal functioning of the immune system.

In order to prevent serious complications from viral and bacterial infections, you need to have sufficient zinc levels.

As people age, the thymus gland shrinks — this gland is responsible for producing antibodies which kill infectious pathogens.

Animal studies have shown that the shrinking thymus gland is caused by lower zinc levels in older animals. 

Old rats supplemented with zinc regenerate their atrophied thymus gland — boosting the immune function to that found in young animals.

The recent pandemic has seen older men overrepresented in serious cases of the disease and in mortality rates. 

In many places, men are overrepresented by a factor of 2:1.

Men are much more likely to be given ACE inhibitors than women are…

Zinc levels can be optimized through diet or by eating the right amount of high zinc foods. 

Regardless of what treatments someone is taking, everyone should be looking to optimize zinc and immune function.

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health related problems.

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And using Big Pharma blood pressure treatments like ACE inhibitors don’t fix bad blood flow… and they usually come with terrible side effects too.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


Effects of captopril and enalapril on zinc metabolism in hypertensive patients.