BoostIron™ - References
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Indication: iron deficiency anemia prevention.
Main Actions: prevents iron deficiency anemia, a source of carbonyl iron and vitamins for better absorption, strengthens body’s immune system, essential for the growing organism, during pregnancy, in postoperative period.
Ingredients (per 1 tablet): iron (as carbonyl iron) - 10 mg, vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) – 70 mg, folate (as folic acid) – 200 mcg, vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin) – 3 mcg.
Low USA domestic & international
BoostIron™ - References:
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