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Now Foods Iron Complex The Iron participates in the protein synthesis, transport of oxygen and in the cellular renovation.
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Now Foods Iron Complex
The Iron participates in the protein synthesis, transport of oxygen and in the cellular renovation. In summary it is a fundamental nutrient for the good working of the organism.
In the individuals that practice sport the normal daily loss of 1 mg of iron per day can be increased in more than a milligram through sweat, which increases in 10 mgs the recommended daily minimum needs for athletes.
Without suitable amounts of iron, the ATP cannot be synthesized. As result, even though the hemoglobin levels are within normal values, the fatigue can appear, due to a greater difficulty in transporting the blood throughout the body.
Directions: As dietary supplement, take 1 tablet a day, preferably with the meals. The accidental overdose of products that contain iron is the main cause of mortal poisoning in children younger than 6 years. Keep this product outside the reach of the children, in case of accidental overdose call to a doctor or toxicological control center immediately.
Reviews NOW Iron Complex -100 tablets
Otro de mis indispensables, antes sufría de anemia constante y desde que me suplemento con hierro, ni resto de la anemia y me siento mejor.
un suplemento de buena marca y efectivo para proporcionar un aumento de hierro
Perfecto para subir un poco el hierro en sangre o para estados de anemia
Hierro bastante importante para la síntesis proteica
Suplemento esencial para alto rendimiento o estados de anemia.
COMPLEJO MINERAL DE HIERRO. BUEN FORMATO.
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