An essential mineral with many benefits.

Give your immune system a head start

Zinc not only helps support the body’s natural immune defense system, but it also helps support healthy skin. Those are two solid reasons to learn more about the benefits of Zinc supplementation to your daily diet.

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Zinc is an essential nutrient for a healthy immune system and antioxidant support, so it’s an obvious choice for your health & wellness routine.†

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What is Zinc?

Zinc is an essential mineral that is vital for normal growth and development. Your body needs Zinc for many functions but can't produce it on its own. Dietary sources of Zinc include shellfish, beef, whole grains and fortified foods, like many breakfast cereals. Nature Made® offers Zinc tablets and Zinc gummies to supplement your daily intake.†

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Who should take Zinc supplements?

15% of Americans do not get enough Zinc from dietary sources.[1] If you are part of that percentage, or your healthcare practitioner determines you to have low Zinc levels from a simple blood test, consider taking a Zinc supplement to help reach your daily dietary Zinc requirements, which is 8 mg for women and 11 mg for men.†

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What are Zinc supplements good for?

Zinc supplements help support healthy skin, a healthy immune system and provide antioxidant support, protecting cells from oxidative stress. Nature Made® has a variety of supplements with Zinc to help meet your wellness goals.†


Explore expert answers to some of the most frequently asked zinc questions.

  • What does zinc help with?

    Zinc is an essential mineral that is vital for normal growth and development. Zinc benefits include supporting the body’s natural immune defenses, helping to support healthy skin, and providing antioxidant support to protect cells from oxidative stress.
  • How much zinc should I take daily?

    The daily zinc intake that is recommended is 11 mg for adults age 18 and older. This number represents the recommendation for the amount of zinc we need each day, but there is an upper limit to stay beneath, so it’s important not to overindulge in high zinc foods and supplements.
  • Where does zinc come from?

    There are many ways to increase your zinc intake to support your health. Try foods like oyster, crab and turkey, as well as yogurt, milk, beans, nuts and fortified breakfast cereals. If getting enough zinc from diet alone may be an issue and you have low zinc levels, consider taking a daily zinc supplement to fill any nutrient gaps. We offer a variety of zinc supplement forms, which include zinc tablets, zinc gummies, and more.
  • What causes zinc shortfalls?

    Contributing factors of low zinc levels may include poor dietary intake, excessive intake of dietary phytates that bind zinc, some chronic illnesses, malabsorption and over-supplementation with iron or copper. Vegetarians may also have low zinc levels, since they avoid consumption of animal sources which are good dietary sources of zinc. In this case, adding zinc tablets or gummies to your diet could be very beneficial. Stomach acid is needed for proper absorption of zinc; therefore, any health condition or medication that lowers stomach acid may also limit the availability of zinc.
  • When does this product expire?

    Please refer to the expiration date on the bottle.

Zinc from Nature Made®

If you're looking to support your immune system, a daily Zinc supplement, such as an oral Zinc tablet or gummies, may be your answer. Nature Made® has quality Zinc supplements such as our Zinc gummies, which provide 30 mg of this vital nutrient to support your immune health and provide antioxidant support. Many of our immune support supplements provide Zinc, giving your immune system a head start. If you are looking to buy Zinc supplements online, we have you covered.†

1. Reider CA, Chung RY, Devarshi PP, Grant RW, Hazels Mitmesser S. Inadequacy of Immune Health Nutrients: Intakes in US Adults, the 2005-2016 NHANES. Nutrients. 2020;12(6):1735. Published 2020 Jun 10. doi:10.3390/nu120617354.