Iron gives energy. It builds red blood cells (hemoglobin) that transport oxygen and carbon dioxide. This greatly affects your energy. Oxygen transports nutrition into cells. Carbon dioxide moves waste out of cells to points of disposal.
- With Manganese and Copper, it helps maintain blood chemistry (when already normal)
- Supports soft and healthy, liver tissue
- Stimulates circulation to maintain blood pressure (when already normal)
- Absorption improves with Vitamin C
Iron is stored in your blood, bone marrow, liver, and spleen. Trace amounts are found in every organ. Women require more than men because of menstruation cycle losses.
Easy for your body to use, allowing maximum absorption. This means you will need to take less because absorption is more complete.