What is the function of Iron? As a mineral of dietary importance, iron increases the delivery of oxygen throughout the body with direct benefits for muscles, supports the immune system and increases antibodies production. In addition to this, because it supports energy production by increasing the amount of oxygen transported to tissues, iron combats muscle weakness, fatigue and elevates energy levels. Meeting dietary requirements of iron restores vitality.
Iron deficiency symptoms include: fatigue, weakness, paleness, poor focus or reduced concentration ability, increased susceptibility to infections, hair loss, dizziness, headaches, brittle nails, apathy, depressive episodes, low red blood cell count, poor exercise tolerance, shortness of breath, anemia.

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