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Iron Advanced by Fusion Health
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Enhance your iron take with Iron Advanced by Fusion Health. If you are feeling overly tired or short of breath, you may have an iron deficiency. People most likely to experience a lack of iron are women, athletes, vegetarians and blood donors.
Iron is present in red blood cells; these cells carry oxygen to body tissues. The lack of iron prevents red blood cells from carrying the oxygen, which can make you feel tired and short of breath.
Iron supplementation may help with the increase of iron in the red blood cells. Iron Advanced is formulated with vitamin C and B12, which helps with better absorption and utilisation of iron.
Women that experience heavy periods are more likely to suffer from iron deficiency. Iron Advanced may assist in increasing iron levels and improving absorption and utilisation of it.
Athletes who put their bodies under a lot of stress can also suffer from iron deficiency. This is because their bodies need to transport more oxygen to body tissues. Supplementing with Iron Advanced may assist with increasing levels of energy as iron in red blood cells carries oxygen.
Whether you are feeling exhausted or short of breath, iron supplementation may help with the signs of deficiency.
Each table of Iron Advanced by Fusion Health has:
- 24mg of Iron (II) glycinate (Iron Bisglycinate), which is quickly absorbed and gentle on the stomach.
- 500mcg Folic Acid (Folic Acid) to help treat anaemia
- 500mcg Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12) helps to maintain a healthy blood level
- 50mg Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) for better absorption
Warning: Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Vitamin and mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet.