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Liposomal Iron

What's in the bottle?

Liposomal iron is a revolutionary form of iron supplement that uses advanced technology to encapsulate iron molecules in liposomes, enhancing absorption and reducing digestive discomfort.
SIZE: 150ml
Active
Per 5ml serving
% NRV
Vitamin C
100mg
125%
Iron
10mg
72%

Ingredients

Ultra-Pure Water, Phospholipids (non GMO Sunflower, Lipoid), Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid, Quali™-C), Iron (as ferrous fumarate), Xylitol (sweetener), Glycerol, Xanthan Gum, Natural Peach Flavouring, Potassium sorbate (preservative), D-alpha-tocopherol (anti-oxidant), Tocofersolan (anti-oxidant).
LLI1 – Iron

£24.99

Vegan Formula

Gentle on the stomach

Phospholipids from sunflower

Directions

Tastes best chilled. Shake before use, take 5ml per day or as professionally directed.

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GLUTEN FREE

SOY FREE

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SUGAR FREE

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FAQ

What does iron in your body do?
Iron is an essential mineral that plays several important roles in the human body. One of the main functions of iron is to help transport oxygen throughout the body by binding to haemoglobin, a protein in red blood cells. When oxygen is inhaled, it enters the lungs and binds to haemoglobin, which carries it to the body's tissues and organs. Iron is also involved in the production of myoglobin, a protein in muscle cells that binds oxygen and helps provide energy to the muscles. In addition, iron is needed for the production of certain enzymes involved in various metabolic processes in the body. Iron deficiency can lead to a condition called anaemia, which can cause fatigue, weakness, and shortness of breath. In severe cases, it can also cause organ damage. Therefore, it is important to consume enough iron through a balanced diet or supplements to maintain healthy levels in the body.
How can I increase iron in my body?
There are several ways to increase iron levels in your body:
1) Consume iron-rich foods: Foods that are high in iron include red meat, poultry, fish, beans, lentils, tofu, spinach, kale, broccoli, fortified breakfast cereals, and nuts. Consuming a variety of these foods can help increase your iron intake.
2) Eat foods that enhance iron absorption: Certain foods, such as citrus fruits, strawberries, bell peppers, and tomatoes, contain vitamin C, which can enhance iron absorption. Consuming these foods along with iron-rich foods may help increase your body's absorption of iron.
3) Avoid foods that inhibit iron absorption: Some foods, such as tea, coffee, and dairy products, can inhibit the absorption of iron. Try to avoid consuming these foods with meals that are high in iron.
4) Consider iron supplements: If you are unable to consume enough iron through your diet alone, your doctor may recommend an iron supplement. However, it is important to consult with a healthcare provider before taking any supplements.
5) Cook in cast iron pans: Cooking in cast iron pans can increase the amount of iron in your food, especially if the food contains acidic ingredients.
What happens when your iron is low?
When your body doesn't have enough iron, it can lead to a condition called iron deficiency anaemia. This can cause a variety of symptoms, including:
* Fatigue: Feeling unusually tired or weak, even with adequate rest.
* Shortness of breath: Difficulty breathing, especially during physical activity or exercise.
* Weakness: Muscles feeling weak and unable to perform daily activities.
* Dizziness: Feeling lightheaded, especially when standing up quickly.
* Headaches: Frequent headaches, especially in the morning.
* Pale skin: A pale or yellowish complexion, sometimes with a blue tinge to the whites of the eyes.
* Brittle nails: Nails that become brittle, thin, and develop ridges.
* Cold hands and feet: Feeling unusually cold in the hands and feet, even in warm environments.
* Restless legs syndrome: An uncontrollable urge to move the legs, especially when sitting or lying down.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to talk to your doctor.

What is liposomal iron?
Liposomal iron is a form of iron supplement that is designed to be more easily absorbed by the body. This is because the iron is encapsulated in a liposome, which protects it from degradation and allows it to be absorbed more efficiently.
Because liposomal iron is absorbed more efficiently, it will lead to fewer gastrointestinal side effects than other forms of iron supplements, such as constipation, nausea, and stomach pain. Taking a liposomal iron supplement can help increase iron levels in the body more effectively, which may improve energy levels and reduce fatigue associated with iron deficiency anaemia.
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Potential Benefits of Supplementing with LLI1 – Iron

Iron contributes to normal cognitive function
Iron contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism
Iron contributes to normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin
Iron contributes to normal oxygen transport in the body
Iron contributes to the normal function of the immune system
Iron contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
Iron has a role in the process of cell division

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