10% Of Men Are Deﬁcient*Zinc is an important trace mineral thats needed forthe body’s immune system to function properly. It plays a role in cell division, cell growth, wound healing and the breakdown of carbohydrates.
7% Of Men Are Deﬁcient* Vitamin A helps to form and maintain healthy skin, teeth, skeletal and soft tissue. It is also known as Retinol as it produces the pigments in the retina ofthe eye. Vitamin A also promotes good vision. If you don’t get enough Vitamin A, you are more likely to get infectious diseases and vision problems.
42% Of Men Are Overweight (In England)Low nutrition foods high in sugar and fats areone thing not deﬁcient in most UK men’s diet. Those with an unhealthy diet may be more likely to suffer from nutritional deﬁciencies.
9% Of MenAre Deﬁcient* Magnesium is an essential mineral forhuman nutrition. It helps transportation of energy, the production of protein, contraction and relaxation of muscles and the function of certain enzymes.
25% Of Men Are Deﬁcient (2003-2005)Vitamin C is essential in the human diet. It helps to produce collagen, maintains the integrity of the skin, connective tissue, bone, and blood vessel walls. It also facilitates the absorption of Iron. Smoking affects absorption of Vitamin C and smokers also use up it up at a quicker rate.