Anemia sufferer

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Iron Availability Complex

In reality, oxygen doesn’t bind directly to the red blood cell – it binds to the iron in hemoglobin in the red blood cell. Therefore, you need several sources of dietary iron to make functioning red blood cells.

Iron: Proper iron intake ensures that red blood cells properly carry oxygen around the body. It’s been shown in over 4,000 research studies that iron deficiency impairs oxygen transport. In fact, iron isn’t an ingredient that’s merely optimal for enhancing the delivery of oxygen to the cells of your body – it’s absolutely necessary.

Dandelion and Yellow Dock: To get even more iron, it’s important to take these natural botanical extracts from two of the most iron-dense plants known to man: dandelion and yellow dock. These two herbs ensure that your body gets enough iron for its brand new red blood cells.

Vitamin C, Vitamin B3, and Nickel: It’s one thing to take extra iron, but absorbing it from the gut is something else altogether. Believe it or not, but your body only absorbs about 10% of the iron that you eat. That is, unless you supplement with vitamin C, vitamin B3 and nickel – a trio of nutrients that help your body absorb more of the iron that you consume. 

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