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Anti-Inflammatory Complex

Inflammation and oxidation can be roadblocks to new red blood cell development.Luckily, there are a handful of nutrients that are able to combat oxidation and inflammation; allowing you to get back on your feet and increase your red blood cell production.

Alpha Lipoic Acid: ALA does double duty for your body by fighting both inflammation and oxidation. So you’ll be doing your red blood cells a huge favor by including ALA in your supplement regimen.

Lutein: Lutein has been studied in an astounding 1,000 published research articles. That’s because lutein is one of the most powerful antioxidant’s known to man. In study after study, lutein has effectively fought oxidation and inflammation all over the body.

Lycopene: Like lutein, lycopene has been intensely researched. Lycopene, found in tomatoes, fights oxidation through a number of different pathways. This makes it a preferred antioxidant for people with anemia or other red blood cell deficiencies.

Choline: Choline is an amazing antioxidant. Not only does it fight oxidative damage, but according to a study out of the University of Lisbon, it actually improves blood flow.

PABA: Along with its trademark antioxidant properties, PABA is able to make blood vessels more fluid – helping blood (and oxygen) travel to your fatigued muscles.

Although this cutting edge research is astounding, until very recently, it wasn’t the least bit practical. That is until a team of biomedical engineers at Biomedical Research Laboratories came together to design a supplement to support red blood cell production to help fight fatigue and improve stamina for people with anemia and other red blood cell deficiencies.