Benefits of Iron
Iron helps the body to manufacture new hemoglobin-packed blood cells and to rid itself of carbon dioxide. Iron, combined with manganese and copper, helps maintain healthy blood chemistry, and facilitates the transfer of oxygen. It also rids the body of carbon dioxide. Additionally, it:
- helps the body to manufacture new hemoglobin-packed blood cells
- helps maintain sufficiently high blood pressure
- and plays a role in metabolism, digestion, elimination, and circulation.
- supports efficient immune system function*
- supports respiratory health*
- supports enzymatic function throughout body*
- supports energy production*
Mineralife Iron Features
Mineralife’s liquid ionic iron supplement is formulated using a patent-pending MET water, a multi-step purified energy enhanced water that helps activate minerals into their electronically charged ionic state for maximum benefit.
- NATURAL: Prepared from a pure elemental source
- MAXIMUM ABSORPTION: Angstrom-sized, water soluble minerals (IsoIonic™) provide the greatest absorption and utilization in the body.
- EXCELLENT VALUE: 5ml (1 cap) provides 56% of the Daily Value for Iron. 8oz bottle provides 48 day supply.
Iron for Improved Energy
Iron ensures that enough oxygen reaches your cells to provide you with ongoing energy. It also assists with the body’s metabolic enzyme processes involved in absorbing nutrients from food and digesting proteins. As such, iron deficiency can cause symptoms such as sluggishness, exhaustion, poor concentration, poor muscle coordination and mood changes.
Iron linked to Restless Leg Syndrome
Iron deficiency can also play a role in restless leg syndrome. Iron is pivotal in transporting oxygen to the muscles in order to reduce muscle pain and spasms, so a lack of iron can lead to restless leg syndrome which can lead to sleep disturbances.
Why Mineralife Iron?
According to the CDC, as many as 10% of women in the U.S. are iron deficient. Iron deficiency can lead to the development of anemia, which is a lack of healthy red blood cells. Low iron levels can be caused by poor diet, blood loss and difficulty with absorbing iron from food.
Iron is important in protein metabolism and hemoglobin and red blood cell production, which helps prevent anemia.
Several risk factors put people at risk for iron deficiency, including:
- being a woman of childbearing age
- following a vegan or vegetarian diet
- exercising a lot
- being pregnant or breastfeeding
- having a history of kidney failure or undergoing dialysis
- having been diagnosed with ulcers
- consuming too much calcium (such as antacids) as it can reduce iron absorption
- having experienced recent blood loss through donation or surgery.
Most people learn that they are iron deficient when trying to donate blood, but a simple blood test at your doctor’s office can also confirm it.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.