Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency in developed countries.
- Inadequate Diet – Low Iron Levels
- blood loss
- Decreased iron absorption
- Increased need for Iron
New technology (Liposome Iron) allows:
Fewer side effects and drug interactions
Greater and better adherence by your user
IRON contributes to the normal formation of red blood cells and hemoglobin and to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Take one capsule a day.
Essential for health and present in several foods, iron must sometimes be complemented with a balanced, varied diet and a healthy way of life, in the form of a food supplement.
Iron is responsible for 90% of the production of red blood cells providing oxygenation to cells throughout the body.
It also plays an important role in energy-producing metabolism, cell multiplication and the normal functioning of the immune system.