ACE-Inhibitors cause this Mineral Deficiency (Are You Getting Enough?)

ACE-Inhibitors are very commonly used by doctors to treat several chronic conditions. Problem is, ACE-Inhibitors can lead to a severe mineral deficiency that most doctors don’t know, or have forgotten to tell you about. This video will help you understand.

By sharing this video, we can help avoid cellular depletion of Zinc, which can lead to multiple health problems, and symptoms like worsening ability to taste/smell food, poor appetite and skin numbness/tingling. Better to know and make sure your getting enough.

ACE-Is cause Zinc Depletion:
ACE-Is cause Zinc Depletion:

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