Vitabiotics Feroglobin Capsules
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Imported: UNITED KINGDOM
Packing Size: 30 Tablets
For Iron that’s gentle on your stomach, Feroglobin Capsules are formulated to deliver an ideal amount in a convenient controlled release capsule.
- Contains iron which contributes to the normal function of the immune system and normal cognitive function
- An effective source of iron, zinc and B Vitamins
- Slow release capsules for easier tolerance and absorption
- From the UK’s No.1 iron supplement brand
Gentle iron to help support your haemoglobin & red blood cells
Feroglobin Capsules are a gentle iron supplement with zinc and B vitamins, formulated to deliver an ideal amount of iron to the body while remaining gentle on the stomach.
As well as being important for your blood, iron contributes to the normal function of the immune system and normal cognitive function. Iron is important for a number of functions in the body, but sometimes our diets are not well balanced and everyday activities, even drinking tea or coffee, can inhibit iron absorption.
How Do Feroglobin Capsules Work?
Slow Release System
Iron contributes to the normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin and normal oxygen transport in the body. Haemoglobin carries oxygen to the brain, heart, muscles and to tissues throughout the body. Excess iron in the stomach is prevented by Feroglobin's special slow release delivery system. This ensures that the release of blood forming nutrients is gradual, even. Therefore gentle on the stomach.
Iron contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, plus for general health, it contributes to normal:
- cognitive function
- energy release and
- immune system function
Who May Need An Iron Supplement?
- Menstruating Women
- During Pregnancy
- Growing Children (see Feroglobin Liquid)
With Cofactors For Blood Formation
The formulation provides an ideal source combining Iron with other blood building nutrients such as folic acid & vitamins B6 & B12 which also contribute to normal blood formation.
This information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health professionals regarding any medical condition.