Iron4every1

60 chewable tablets

Forestberry Flavour

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Iron4every1
This berry flavoured chewable iron formula contains vitamin C for enhanced absorption. Iron is a major component of haemoglobin and is involved in the formation of red blood cells. It is essential for maintaining energy levels, supporting the nervous system, the immune system and heart function.
Ingredients: Elemental Iron 5mg, Vitamin C 50mg. Containing: Ferrous Fumarate 13.7mg, Calcium Ascorbate 42.4mg, Ascorbic Acid 15mg, Sweeteners (Fructose & Sorbitol), Tabletting Aids, Flavours.
Suggested Use: Adults: Take 1-2 tablets twice daily with meals, Children: Take 1 tablet twice daily with meals, or as professionally prescribed.
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Cautions: Consult your health professional if taking any medication or suffering from a medical condition. Do not exceed the recommended dose. Iron is toxic in high doses.

Disclaimer:

Nutritional information contained here is based on research literature and published knowledge on nutrition. Any nutritional suggestions should not be taken as medical advice.