Excellent sources of zinc include red meat, oysters, fortified cereals and beans. The recommended zinc intake is 11 milligrams per day for men and 8 milligrams per day for women. But more is not better: Experts advise that you take no more than 40 milligrams per day to avoid zinc toxicity.
It's one thing to know which foods are high in zinc, it's another to actually know how to cook them. Here are some delectable recipes featuring foods rich in zinc. Spending a little more time in your kitchen can ensure you get enough zinc and avoid zinc-deficient lethargy.
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