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Iron is an essential mineral found in most human cells. Iron is an important component of hemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen from the lungs to all tissues of the body, supporting energy levels. Iron is also a cofactor required for the synthesis of brain neurotransmitters, including dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin. One of the most devastating deficiencies today is iron anemia.
Symptoms of iron deficiency may include one or more of these; general fatigue, weakness, pale skin, shortness of breath, dizziness, strange cravings for non-food items, such as dirt, ice, and clay, tingling or a crawling feeling in the legs, swelling or soreness in the tongue. With iron anemia, your blood cells cannot carry oxygen to all of your tissues. In this state, all chronic conditions deteriorate. Research has found that people with intestinal bowel disease often have lesions that bleed, leading to iron anemia, and it is well documented that iron supplementation resolves this condition. This supplement contains Bisglycinate Iron and Vitamin C, this combination speeds up the absorption and utilization of iron and resolves iron anemia more quickly and efficiently, thereby removing one of the biggest underlying causes of ongoing chronic conditions.
IronBio™ provides iron that is designed to be easily absorbed, in its chelated form with vitamin C, which aids the effectiveness of the formula. This supplement contains Bisglycinate Iron and Vitamin C, a combination that speeds up the absorption and utilization of iron and resolves iron anemia more quickly and efficiently, removing one of the biggest underlying causes of ongoing chronic conditions.
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2. Iron and vitamin C co-supplementation increased serum vitamin C without adverse effect on zinc level in iron deficient female youth.
3. The active role of vitamin C in mammalian iron metabolism: much more than just enhanced iron absorption!
4. Guidelines on the diagnosis and treatment of iron deficiency across indications: a systematic review.