Pro-Bariawell FerroComplex

400,00 AED


Product description

Iron is an essential element for many biological functions. Ferrocomplex contains vitamin C (Acerola extract), which improves iron absorption, and vitamin B9 (M), which contributes to red blood cell formation and the prevention of anemia.

Pro Bariawell Ferro complex (per 2 capsules) contains:

Iron (28 mg), which contributes to normal red blood cell formation and hemoglobin, normal oxygen transport in the body, the reduction of fatigue reduction, proper functioning of the immune system and normal psychological function. Iron fumarate is a known for its great bioavailability.

Vitamin C (acerola extract) (64 mg), which contributes to iron uptake, besides contributing to normal functioning of the immune system and nervous system, normal formation of collagen in skin, teeth, bone, cartilage, blood vessels, normal psychological function and protection against oxidative stress.

Vitamin B9 (or vitamin M) (400 mcg), which contributes to normal blood formation, the reduction of fatigue reduction, proper functioning of the immune system and normal psychological function.

Content & use

1 capsule every evening (jar contains 180 capsules)


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