Zinc glycinate - a highly assimilable form of zinc in the organic form of amino acid chelate, combined with the structurally simplest chemical amino acid - glycine. It was proven in the studies that zinc demonstrates better absorption and bioavailability in the form of glycinate in comparison to non-organic forms, which indicates better utilization of this form by the organism. Zinc glycinate is characterized by high stability, thanks to which it is stable in changeable pH of the digestive system and low molecular mass, enabling easy permeation of substances from intestines to blood. The absorption of zinc in the form of chelate, contrary to other forms of this element, is not limited by the ingredients present in food, i.a. phytates.