Ferrous Bisglycinate

Ferrous Bisglycinate

  • BMolecular Formula: C4H8FeN2O4
  • Molecular Weight : 203.96232 g/mol
  • H.S. CODE :29420090

Qucik Benefits:

  • Bio-available
  • Does not interfere with other medicines or vitamins
  • Is utilised only when required by the body
  • Maximum absorption of Iron by the body

Caltron is proud to introduce this super iron supplement “FERRO-CINATE”. This is an amino acid chelate of iron salt to treat iron deficiency in the body. “FERRO-CINATE” is a greenish coloured free flowing powder which is soluble in water thereby making it bio-available in the body. Owing to its high absorption property, this product is high in demand in the Nutraceutical market.

A healthy adult has approximately 3.5-5g of iron in the body. 65-70% of the iron in the body is referred to as 'transport iron' that is the iron as part of the haemoglobin (the pigment of the red blood cells), 25% is stored within the liver, spleen, bone-marrow and muscles (storage iron) and approximately 4% is used within myoglobin and iron-containing enzymes (functional iron).

Haemoglobin is crucial for the supply of oxygen throughout the body and iron is the essential element needed by the body to produce sufficient amounts of haemoglobin. Furthermore iron is part of haemoglobin itself and binds to oxygen which enables its transportation. If iron stores are low, normal haemoglobin production slows down, which means that the lungs receive less oxygen, resulting in symptoms such as fatigue. Since our body can't produce iron itself we need to make sure we consume sufficient amounts of iron in our diet. Red blood cells can function as oxygen suppliers for up to 120 days then they need to be replaced. Adults have around 25 trillion red blood cells in their blood (that's one million millions!) which are produced by the bone marrow. The bone marrow can produce 170 billion red blood cells within 24 hours - but only if the organism has sufficient sources of iron! A person who is iron deficient may also be anemic and as a result may have one or more symptoms of anemia. These can include, chronic fatigue, weakness, dizziness, headaches, depression, sore tongue, sensitivity to cold (low body temp), shortness of breath doing simple tasks (climbing stairs, walking short distances, doing housework), restless legs syndrome, pica (the desire to chew ice or non-food items,) and loss of interest in work, recreation, relationships, and intimacy.

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