Maxi Fe25 Iron by Maxi-Health Research Kosher Vitamins
Maxi FE 50 Gentle Iron 50 Mg
--Replenishes missing iron in pregnant and menstruating women and people suffering from anemia
--Essential for the transport of oxygen through the body
Low iron levels are the most common and prevalent mineral deficiency. Menstruating and pregnant women, athletes, and vegetarians may all have difficulty getting adequate iron supplies from their food. Anyone not eating a balanced diet is at risk for low iron levels. Iron is critical for transporting oxygen to your muscles. Beacause iron can cause constipation, we at Maxi Health Research® Inc.use the ferrous fumarate form of iron which is the least constipating. To support healthy performance, try FE 50 - the gentle iron supplement.
Take one (1) tablet daily or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Serving Size: 1 Tablet
Amount Per Serving:
Iron (as chelated ferrous fumarate) 50 mg
Other ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable stearine, modified cellulose gum, Enzymax® (calcium carbonate, bromelain, papain, lipase, amylase, protease, silica), vegetable protein.
This product contains no animal products, wheat, salt, sugar, milk, yeast, artificial flavors, colorings or preservatives.
(K) - Kosher
About Maxi-Health Research Kosher Vitamins
Maxi Health Research® Inc. has been recognized as one of the largest, most professional suppliers of high quality, kosher and vegetarian vitamins, minerals, herbs and nutritional supplements. For over 30 years, Maxi Health Research® Inc. has developed over 150 nutritional supplements in tablet, capsule, powder, chewable and liquid forms to meet the health needs of the entire family.
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