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Iron

Iron is an essential component of hundreds of proteins and enzymes in human blood cells and deficiency has been linked to fatigue, rapid heart rate, palpitations and rapid breathing on exertion.


Iron, one of the most abundant metals on Earth, is an essential component of hundreds of proteins and enzymes in human blood cells. Almost two-thirds of the iron in the body is found in hemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen to tissues. An iron deficiency limits oxygen delivery to cells, which may cause fatigue, rapid heart rate, palpitations and rapid breathing on exertion.

Ingredients

Ferrous Bisglycinate Chelate

Benefits of Iron

A critical red blood cell building block, iron provides nutritional support for people suffering from anemia, and its unwanted side feects, and offset the unwanted fatigue that accompanies the condition.

By promoting healthy red blood cell production, iron increases the body's ability to handle oxidative stress and fatigue.

Stress

Oxidative stress, caused by a host of factors, causes mitochondiral disfunction. This inferes with muscle function, exercise and increases oxidative stress on the entire metaoblic system. By controlling and satisfying oxidative stress, CoQ10 will ease damage and stress potential at the cellular level.

Hair

The good news is that hair loss due to iron deficiency is not permanent. Ferritin, is a protein which stores iron for the body until it is needed. Low levels of this protein may indicated a iron deficiency. This deficiency is accompanied with a low level of hemoglobin in the blood stream, which restricts the amount of oxygen circulating in your blood. The result is an impaired ability for the body's ability to grow and repair it's own cells.

Immunity

Iron availability within our bodies has a significant impact on the vulnerability of the immune system to fight off infectious diseases. Equally important is the effect iron deficiency will have on an infection's course and lifecycle. It is this influence that iron has on the the healthy of your red and white blood cells that supports the overall immune system.

Blood

Iron is an essential mineral that is important in the production of red blood cells. Lack of iron in the diet leads to iron deficiency anemia, or lower hemoglobin levels. Iron deficiency may also be caused by excess blood loss due to menstruation or other internal physical ailments.

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