3FOR2: Liposomal Iron
(€59,40 per 100g)
- High bioavailability due to the special liposomal form and the additional vitamin C contained
- Covers 107% of the daily iron requirement for an adult.
- 3 packs of 48 capsules each. Equivalent to 144 doses
The gluten-free and 100% liposomal iron is available in a pack of 48 capsules. The supplement does not contain any genetically modified substances.
Each capsule contains 15 mg of iron, which covers 107% of an adult's daily requirement. In addition, each capsule also contains 80 mg of vitamin C.
Due to the positive interaction of iron and vitamin C, the supplement can be absorbed even better by your body.
Dietary supplement in capsule form. Contains Medium Chain Triglyceride, Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid), Capsule Shell (HPMC), Iron (as Ferrous Fumarate), Bulking Agent (Microcrystalline Cellulose), Stabilizer (Gum Arabic), Emulsifier (Lecithin; Sunflower), Binder (Ethyl Cellulose), Dextrin
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How to use
How to use
- Recommended Daily Serving: Take one capsule per day before a meal with a glass of water, unless otherwise advised. The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded.
- This dietary supplement is not suitable for children. Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a balanced diet.
Store cool and dry. Once opened, use within two months. Keep out of reach of children.
Maximum oxygenation of your body
Iron is a mineral, so it's an inorganic nutrient — your body can't make iron on its own. Iron is only present in your body in very small amounts. It is therefore important that you take in the trace element in sufficient quantities through your diet and supplements. But why actually?
Iron is needed in the body primarily in the red blood cells. These are known to be responsible for transporting oxygen into the cells. Iron also keeps your immune system functioning normally, plays a role in cell division and can reduce fatigue.
Improved oxygen transport
Whether hair, nails or skin - our liposomal iron strengthens and strengthens them and gives you a real beauty boost.
By taking our liposomal iron, all processes that require oxygen are optimally supplied with it.
What makes our iron so special?
Bye bye animal additives
High quality additive
The added vitamin C increases your body's receptiveness. Our liposomal iron can be absorbed even better.
You don't pay for empty promises when you buy the product, because thanks to liposomal encapsulation technology, our liposomal iron offers full performance.
Our liposomal iron capsules contain no animal substances and are therefore suitable for vegans.
Why: The special manufacturing method
Our preparation has been given special properties through a complex process. In addition, the bioavailability of the iron is significantly increased by the special manufacturing method and the absorption of the substance is improved. Our preparation also contains an extra portion of vitamin C. This serves to improve the absorption of iron, because vitamin C has positive interactions that optimize the absorption process.
What is liposomal iron?
The special thing about liposomal products is the way they are manufactured. Here the ingredients are safely "packaged" to guarantee safe transport through the body. The "packaging" are so-called liposomes. Liposomes are small bubbles that have a special feature: they are amphiphilic. This means they can absorb both fat-loving and water-loving substances. In our products, the liposome consists of phospholipid.
Liposomal iron is therefore a supplement that takes on a special form due to a special manufacturing method. The iron is not available in its raw form, but packed in liposomes, which you can also imagine as messengers for transport in your body.
What are the advantages of our liposomal iron?
Our liposomal iron supplement has many advantages. Perhaps the most important of these is its high bioavailability. Thanks to liposomal encapsulation technology, it is better and more effectively absorbed by the body. Why is this so? Because of the "packaging", i.e. the liposomes, it reaches your digestive tract protected and can be absorbed more effectively by your body thanks to the phospholipids.
In addition, our iron also contains a non-negligible amount of vitamin C. In combination with the iron, it can help your body to absorb iron. When combined with iron, it can boost your immune system and give you more energy. As both iron and vitamin C can have a positive effect on your energy levels, taking the iron supplement will give you more power and help you fight fatigue.
Our supplement is also free from any unnecessary additives such as fillers, colourings or flavourings. Only the best ingredients are used and we deliberately avoid genetically modified ingredients or ingredients of animal origin. This means that you can enjoy the benefits of our liposomal iron supplement even if you are on a vegetarian or vegan diet.
What and when should I use liposomal iron?
If your body lacks iron, you may experience a range of symptoms. In the early stages of iron deficiency, fatigue, headaches, listlessness, insomnia, hair loss, brittle nails, mouth rhagades and restless legs syndrome are common.
Our liposomal iron supplement can counteract this and prevent iron deficiency.
But even if you already have iron deficiency or are struggling with frequent fatigue and a weakened immune system, our product can help. It replenishes your iron stores and improves your physical well-being. With the combined action of iron and vitamin C, it also boosts your defences and helps you sleep well. So you can start the day full of energy.
How important is iron for the body?
Iron is an essential trace element - it is therefore vital for the body. Iron is involved in more than 100 metabolic processes in the human body. The most well-known of these is the oxygen transport, which is why you often feel weak when you have an iron deficiency. The crux is that your body cannot produce iron itself and it is only available in very small amounts in the body. This is why the external supply is so important.
Which foods contain the most iron?
You might think: of course - spinach, that's where most of the iron is. After all, it's Popeye for a reason, isn't it?
But that's not quite true: spinach does contain a relatively high amount of iron, but not an above-average amount. This myth stems from a misplaced comma from over 100 years ago. In fact, there are many foods that contain iron. Meat, fruit, vegetables, nuts, cereals or other food groups: in almost all of them, there are certain products that contain larger amounts of iron. The following article lists some of them: Foods containing iron: the most important questions and answers.
What are the symptoms of iron deficiency?
An iron deficiency can vary in severity, which is why the symptoms are difficult to generalize, but nonetheless paleness, fatigue and an increased susceptibility to infections often occur. You can also recognize an iron deficiency by nervousness, sensitivity to cold, pale, brittle or dry skin, cracked, inflamed corners of the mouth, frequent headaches, slowed hair and nail growth, increased performance loss, tachycardia, but also insomnia despite tiredness.
What is an Iron Raider?
Iron robbers are substances that bind to iron and prevent it from being absorbed by the body. Phytic acid is one such substance.
Phytic acid is a substance found in whole grains, soy products, corn and rice, and cola and soft drinks. It forms compounds with iron that the body cannot absorb. Soaking or sprouting grains and legumes reduces the amount of phytic acid. When people consume foods high in phytic acid, they are at risk of iron deficiency anemia.