Nutrients for Blood FormationVitabiotics Feroglobin Liquid 200ml is a unique iron supplements with zinc and vitamin B complex like B12 and B6, formulated to deliver an optimum amount of iron to the body while remaining gentle on the stomach. It provides an ideal source of iron and other nutrients for the production of red blood cells, to help maintain energy levels, health and vitality.
Blood Building Nutrients Feroglobin B12 provides a unique ``liquid iron` formula, to help maintain health, vitality and energy release. This special combination delivers an optimum amount of an organic form of iron, minerals and vitamin B-complex, including vitamin B12 and folic acid. With natural fruit extracts, Alpine malt and honey, it is gentle on the stomach and tastes great too. Feroglobin B12`s iron is essential for the natural production of haemoglobin found in red blood cells. This carries oxygen to the heart, brain, other organs and muscles, so energy can be released. Iron may also play a role in maintaining our immune resistance. Feroglobin B12 blood building nutrients are ideal whatever your age and may be of particular benefit for children, over 50s, athletes, and women during pregnancy or menstruation. Slow Release System The formation of haemoglobin for red blood cells requires an adequate supply of iron with associated nutrients in the diet. Haemoglobin carries oxygen to the brain, heart, muscles and to tissues throughout the body where it is used for energy release from food. An adequate supply of iron and other nutrients is therefore essential to help `feed` tissues, an important factor in maintaining energy levels as well as physical and cognitive performance and overall health. Iron fo Gentle Health Besides its role in oxygen transport and utilisation, iron is also essential for many enzymes. It is important for growth in children, and the maintenance of a strong immune system and energy production. Feroglobin B12 are suitable for all ages.
To help maintain Energy Release & Vitality Who may need an iron supplement?