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Vitabiotics Feroglobin B12 Liquid

Feroglobin-B12 is a delicious liquid iron formula with nutrients to help maintain health and vitality, including folate which contributes to the reduction of tiredness & fatigue.
It provides a gentle, organic form of iron citrate complex for improved absorption, along with B vitamins and supporting trace minerals, blended with honey and Swiss Alpine Malt.

Feroglobin-B12? contains Iron which contributes to normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin and normal oxygen transport to every tissue and organ in the body. Feroglobin?-B12s blood building nutrients are ideal whatever your age and may be of particular benefit for over 50’s, athletes and women during menstruation or pregnancy.

Nutritional Information

Product Information

Per Serving:

Thiamin (Vitmain B1)4.0mg Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)1.0mg Vitamin B62.0mg Vitamin B125mcg  150mcgVitamin C10.0mg Pantothenic Acid2.0mg   Glycerophosphate10.0mg Niacin (Vitamin B3)8.0mg  7.0mg Zinc5.0mg Copper0.25mg Manganese0.25mg L-Lysine40.0mg Iodine40.0mcg Honey100.0mg Malt500.0mg

Directions:

1/2 a teaspoon daily. Children 4-6years; 1/2 a teaspoon twice daily. Children 7-12years; 1 teaspoon 1-2 times daily. Adults; 1 teaspoon 2 times daily. During menstruation or pregnancy, one teaspoon 2 times daily in recommended.

Ingredients:

Purified water, Raw cane sugar, Malt, Glucose Liquid, Honey, Lysine HCI, Iron ammonium citrate complex, Vitamin C, Natural flavouring (Orange Ext), Zinc sulphate, Natural Source Colours: Beetroot Extract & Mixed Carotenes, Citric acid, Thiamin (Vitamin B1), Thickening agent (Xanthum gum), Calcium Glycerophosphate, Niacin, Pantothenic acid, Vitamin B2, Copper sulphate, Manganese sulphate, Folic acid, Potassium Iodide, Vitamin B12.

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Suitable for vegetarians.

Advisory Information:

Do not exceed the recommended dose. Seek professional advice before consuming if you are under medical supervision or suffer from food allergies. This product contains iron, which if taken in excess may be harmful to young children.

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