Iron is an essential mineral in the body, which is involved in many functions, including transporting oxygen in the blood. This function is essential to provide you with energy so you can tackle your day. Fusion Health Iron Advanced 30 Tablets has 92mg of iron per tablet.
Iron Advanced by Fusion Health has a combination of not only iron but also vitamin C, B1, B2, B6, B12 and folic acid. The vitamin C will help with the absorption of iron while the B vitamins will assist with red blood cell production and cellular energy.
People that tend to be low in iron include very active athletes, pregnant women or breastfeeding women, growing children, vegetarians and vegans, women with heavy periods/menstruation or physically active people.
The signs of low iron intake can vary from person to person. The common symptoms may include tiredness, low stamina, headache, muscle fatigue, poor concentration, poor hair growth, hair loss, heavy menstruation and low immunity. It’s important to check with your doctor if you are low in iron, and the only way to know if your iron levels are low is through a blood test.
Fusion Health Iron Advanced 30 Tablets contains highly bioavailable and absorbable iron, which will help you to maintain healthy levels of iron stores if there’s a deficiency.
The benefits of Fusion Health Iron Advanced 30 Tablets are:
- Maintain energy levels
- Assist healthy red blood cell production
- Support haemoglobin formation
- 50mg of Vitamin C
- 500mcg of Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12)
- 92mg of Iron (II) glycinate (Iron Bisglycinate)
- 500mcg of Folic Acid
Directions: Adults: Take 1 tablet daily or as professionally advised. Child 6-12 years: Take ½ tablet daily.
Warning: Vitamins and minerals can only be of assistance when dietary intake is inadequate. Not for the treatment of iron deficiency conditions. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. No added artificial flavours or preservatives, yeast, gluten, wheat, nuts, dairy or animal products. Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.