Taste: Real Iron, kinda taste like a bloody lip. Sorry , It does not taste too good.
Would You Eat a Nail to Get Your Iron?
Iron is one of the most common minerals that people know about. Women use a lot of Iron during their cycle and child birth. But lack of a good dietary iron supplement is not just a woman thing, men may experience lack of dietary iron too.
This lack of iron is called anemia. About 20% of Americans are iron deficient or anemic.
So what does Iron do? Iron combines with other nutrients in the blood to circulate the nutrition through the body. Iron is responsible for attracting the oxygen from your lungs to the blood and
then passing it all around the body. With out Iron the body cannot survive.
Iron functions in the body:
Ensures oxygenation of blood, Coverts hematin to carry oxygen to cells, Improves circulation, Augments tissue oxidation, Attracts oxygen to the body.
“I just wanted to say THANK YOU once again for this product. I had blood work done in November and was told that I was borderline anemic. I had been taking an iron tablet for about a year, obviously without success. My physician was concerned about the diagnosis so she ordered more tests. I am happy to report that two months later I’m no longer listed as being anemic. I could have never managed such great feedback without this product. It has made such a difference in my health. I would happily recommend it to anyone with iron deficiencies!”
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With out sufficient Iron, the body cannot make new blood cells. It is the red blood cells that carry the oxygen in the blood. The iron draws in the oxygen. Then the oxygen helps to burn any waste material in the body. Iron may help enhance motor function, liver, kidney and heart function.
Iron helps to raise the blood pressure, improve circulation, digestion and elimination of excess material.
Iron is beneficial for conditions of anemia, nose bleeds, tendencies to hemorrhage, chronic nephritis and many other conditions. In addition to its predominance in the red corpuscles, iron is found in gastric juices, lymph fluid, bile, eye pigment, hair and skin. Sixty to seventy percent of tissue iron is classed as essential or functional and only forty percent is storage iron. Essential iron is an integral part of hemoglobin and respiratory enzymes involved with the intracellular oxidation reduction process. "When iron is in short supply, so is oxygen. Oxygen shortage leads to disturbing pulmonary circulation; lungs feel uncomfortable and stiff." 53
Once the iron is used, it gets secreted through the mucus surfaces, the bile and the urine.
So the question remains, Would you eat a nail?
No, you must get iron in a useable form. You need Dietary Iron. Adding a few other items to Iron, you get Steel.
The human body cannot digest steel, nor can it digest a chunk of iron.
Iron must be in a form that is small enough to enter the cell, like a liquid iron supplement. Digestion breaks down some forms of iron where after digestion, small amounts of iron are absorbed.
But why not start with an iron supplement that is cell ready, no digestion needed. This iron is called Angstrom Iron.
Angstrom Iron is cell ready. It is in a liquid form. Other iron supplements are useable up to about 7%. The rest passes through, unused. So you are wasting about 93% of your money down the drain. Our Angstrom Iron supplement is 99.9% "USEABLE" Iron. More Iron For Your Dollar actually reaches your body and is in a useable form. Less iron is needed to reach the same goal.
Choose The Best, Choose Angstrom Iron!
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