Zinc & Magnesium

"Amazing experience with ZMA, helped me get into a deep sleep faster and for longer. When waking up in the morning I was tired or feeling like I need more sleep"

Rebecca B, Verified buyer

Zinc & Magnesium

Blending two of our favourite micronutrients for supporting metabolic health in those with PCOS*
6 reviews
Regular price$18.95
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Regular price$18.95
  • Addresses two micronutrient deficiencies that may worsen symptoms associated with PCOS*
  • Both zinc & magnesium may improve insulin resistance*
  • Contains of magnesium oxide (28mg) and zinc citrate (5mg) per one tablet serving
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Product Highlights

  • An affordable blend that combines two essential micronutrients for supporting metabolic health*
  • Addresses two micronutrient deficiencies that may worsen symptoms associated with PCOS*
  • Better sleep quality is commonly reported by customers who regularly supplement with ZMA*

Zinc and magnesium are two dietary supplements that may positively affect the metabolic needs of those with PCOS*. What sets our ZMA apart from countless other similar blends is its addition of asparagus root and oat straw, which may enhance antioxidant defenses and improve mood - respectively. Enjoy this 2-in-1 blend of essential micronutrients, delivered as an easy-to-swallow, once-a-day tablet.

Ingredients (per serve): Magnesium citrate (83mg), zinc citrate (5mg), vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine) (1.7mg).

Other ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate.

  • Zinc may help regulate and reduce the levels of androgens in the body*
  • Optimal zinc levels may help improve ovulation function in women with PCOS.*
  • Zinc may support insulin sensitivity, reducing insulin resistance*
  • Magnesium may help improve insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism.*
  • Magnesium may improve sleep quality*
  • Taken together, zinc and magnesium may reduce levels of inflammation*

  • Safe whilst TTC
  • NOT Pregnancy & Breastfeeding Safe
  • Vegetarian & Vegan Friendly

Product & FDA Disclaimer

*FDA regulations strictly prohibit the use of therapeutic or medical claims in conjunction with the sale of any product not approved by the FDA. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

*The information and products presented on this website are not intended as a substitute for the advice or medical care of a qualified physician. No action should be taken solely on its content. You should not use the information on this web site for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication or other treatment.

*Dietary supplements supplied by Health & Balance Vitamins Pty Ltd should always be consumed as part of a holistic plan that incorporates nutrition, exercise, stress management and quality sleep. We do not recommend using this product in the absence of the aforementioned lifestyle factors.

*This product is a dietary supplement.


Pokorska-Niewiada, K., Brodowska, A., & Szczuko, M. (2021). The Content of Minerals in the PCOS Group and the Correlation with the Parameters of Metabolism. Nutrients, 13(7), 2214.

Nasiadek, M., Stragierowicz, J., Klimczak, M., & Kilanowicz, A. The role of zinc in selected female reproductive system disorders. Nutrients. 2020; 12: 2464.

Abedini, M., Ghaedi, E., Hadi, A., Mohammadi, H., & Amani, R. (2019). Zinc status and polycystic ovarian syndrome: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, 52, 216-221.

Hamilton, K. P., Zelig, R., Parker, A. R., & Haggag, A. (2019). Insulin resistance and serum magnesium concentrations among women with polycystic ovary syndrome. Current developments in nutrition, 3(11), nzz108.

Babapour, M., Mohammadi, H., Kazemi, M., Hadi, A., Rezazadegan, M., & Askari, G. (2021). Associations between serum magnesium concentrations and polycystic ovary syndrome status: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Biological Trace Element Research, 199, 1297-1305.

Arab, A., Rafie, N., Amani, R., & Shirani, F. (2023). The role of magnesium in sleep health: a systematic review of available literature. Biological Trace Element Research, 201(1), 121-128.

Can ZMA be taken with birth control?


Can I take Balance with this also given it also has zinc and magnesium?

Yes, combined, you will not exceed any daily recommended dosages.

Take 1 capsule per day, ideally in the mornings.

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Canada Canada

master of sleep supplement!

I’ve only just started ZMA (about 2 weeks) and I’ve immediately noticed improvements in my sleep cycle. A little sleepy in the mornings still but falling asleep at night has much improved. No more late night scrolling to distract from insomnia!!!

Malta Malta

Great product

Not used this much so can’t say I’ve had enough to see a difference yet

South Korea

Finally restful sleep again

As someone who works full time and is finishing graduate school, my stress levels have caused difficulty with sleeping lately. I started taking this before bed and am sleeping so much better. I am also waking up feeling more rested and have been able to sleep through the night lately. I had increased my caffeine intake for a few weeks because sleep wasn't doing its job but am feeling more rested nowadays.

Chantel G.
Australia Australia

Thank you

I am a week into my products and am feeling so much better :). Thank you so much for your time, knowledge and effort.

Tiarne N.
Australia Australia


I have had a bit of trouble with the zma, I have been emailing back and forth with one of your elves lol and he gave me some advice on how to make it better, first of all when I opened it, it was hard like some moisture had gotten in the parcel. Once he told me it was safe to try, I broke some of it up and scooped it out but I’ve had trouble disolving it, it stays as a gritty salty water. I’ve tried having only 1/4 of a teaspoon but I’m yet to try it mixed in with other things like a smoothie