Radiance Iron Complete 90 Vegicaps
Style number: R236
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Nutritional support for healthy iron levels. Iron deficiency is the most common dietary deficiency in the world and particularly affects menstruating and pregnant women, infants, children, vegetarians, vegans and athletes. In New Zealand dietary iron deficiency in infants is very prevalent and may reflect an inherent deficiency in pregnant and breast feeding women. B12 and folate deficiency anaemia is also relatively common in those on low or non-meat diets and in adults over 70. Radiance® Iron Complete provides enhanced bioavailability with Ferrochel® iron bisglycinate, the extra gentle, non-constipating, non-irritating form of amino acid chelated, organic iron shown to be four times better absorbed than other forms such as ferrous sulphate. The inclusion of vitamin C further enhances iron absorption whilst vitamin B12 and folic acid are essential components for the production of healthy red blood cells. Radiance Iron Complete Usage For the prevention or reduction of nutritional iron deficiency. May be especially beneficial for women with heavy menstrual periods, pregnant and breast feeding women, children with low iron status, vegetarians and vegans, and athletes during heavy training.
Adults & children over 5: One capsule daily, preferably away from food. In the unlikely event that stomach upset occurs, this supplement can be taken with food. Avoid taking antacids, calcium supplements, dairy products, tea or coffee within 1 hour before or after taking iron supplements because they decrease absorption.
|Ingredients Per Vegicap||Units|
|Iron (Ferrochel Iron Bisglycinate)||24mg||Folic Acid||300iu||Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin)||50iu|
Too much iron can create toxicity. A need for iron supplementation should be clearly established before long term supplementation is undertaken.
Medicines have benefits and some have risks. Always read the label carefully and use strictly as directed. If symptoms persist or you have side effects please consult your doctor, pharmacist or healthcare professional. Vitamins are supplementary to and not a replacement for a balanced diet.