is called the "energy giver." It attracts oxygen and builds blood.
Along with manganese and copper it is necessary for healthy blood chemistry and
is essential for recovery from illness. It is stored in the blood, bone marrow,
liver, and spleen, with trace amounts in every organ.
Iron is one of the most
common deficiencies in men as well as women, although women require more
than men because of their menstrual cycle. Without sufficient
iron, the body
cannot manufacture enough new hemoglobin, the red cell protein that transports
oxygen in blood.
Iron helps the body rid itself of carbon dioxide and keeps
liver tissue soft.*
combines with other nutrients to produce vital blood proteins and is involved in
food metabolism, digestion, elimination, circulation, and helps maintain
sufficiently high blood pressure. Vitamin C improves
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