What is META-CARE® Iron?Optimal nutrient combination of plant-based iron and vitamin C The trace element iron is a component of red blood cells and thus important for blood formation and oxygen transport in the blood. It supports the energy metabolism and thus contributes to reducing tiredness and fatigue. Growing people, women and endurance athletes in particular have an increased need for iron. Vegetarians and vegans in particular should make sure they have a sufficient supply of iron, as the supply of iron from animal foods is limited or non-existent in this diet. META-CARE® Iron combines plant-based iron from curry leaves with highly bioavailable iron bisglycinate. The additional vitamin C from the acerola cherry improves the absorption of iron in the human organism. In addition, folic acid and vitamin B12 make a valuable contribution to the normal formation of red blood cells and to reducing tiredness and fatigue.
When can META-CARE® Iron be used?
- For the targeted supplement of iron, especially in case of increased need
- Contribution to a healthy energy metabolism (iron)
- To support normal blood formation (folic acid)
- Contribution to the normal formation of red blood cells and to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue (vitamin B12)
How is META-CARE® Iron used?
Take 1 capsule daily with water, unchewed. In case of high demand, it is possible to take 1 additional capsule. To achieve the highest possible bioavailability, it is recommended to take the capsule half an hour to an hour before eating.
Use within 3 months of opening.
CompositionCurry leaf extract, capsule shell: hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, acerola fruit extract, pea fibre, iron bisglycinate, (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid glucosamine salt, methylcobalamin. Free from animal protein, gluten and lactose. Suitable for diabetics, people allergic to milk. This product is also safe for use during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
Nutritional informationper daily dose = 1 capsule
|Acerola fruit extract
|of which Vitamin C
|- from curry leaf extract
|- from iron bisglycinate