Ferro Liposomiale - 30 caps

Ferro Liposomiale - 30 caps
Categories: VitaminsVitamin CSerum
Brand: Yamamoto Research
12.64 GBP
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Ferro Liposomiale is a food supplement providing 30 mg per daily dose of LIPOFER microcapsules microencapsulated liposomal iron. Iron contributes to normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin and to normal oxygen transport in the body. The product is completed with the addition of vitamin C which increases iron absorption. Anaemia is a very common problem affecting men and women of all ages, but that very often affects women of childbearing age. There are several different types of anaemia, some of which may be temporary, while others are chronic with various characteristics. Anaemia is present when the concentration of haemoglobin in the blood is less than 14 g/dl in men and less than 12 g/dl in women, and when the number of red blood cells falls below 4.5 x 106 / ┬Ál. A simple blood test is required to determine a state of anaemia, specifically investigating the following parameters: Complete blood cell count: a way of calculating the haemoglobin, the number and size of red blood cells and reticulocytes (immature red blood cells), and the number and type of white blood cells. Ferritin: the body s reserve of iron. Serum iron: the total amount of iron circulating in the blood. Transferrin: a protein that transports iron from the intestine and the liver to the tissues where it is needed. Haemoglobin, a protein circulating in the blood, has the role of transporting oxygen from the lungs to the various tissues in the body, and it is also a key component of red blood cells. Low levels of haemoglobin mean less oxygen supply to tissues which, since oxygen is fundamental in producing energy, results in a feeling of tiredness and weakness. People with haemoglobin deficiency often also have reduced myoglobin, a protein specifically responsible for transporting oxygen to the muscles, including the heart, exacerbating the feeling of tiredness and breathlessness. Poor oxygenation leads to peripheral vasoconstriction, which reduces the supply of blood to the limbs (in particular hands and feet) in order to guarantee a greater quantity of oxygen to the vital organs. It is for this reason that anaemia sufferers are more sensitive to the cold. Haemoglobin is also responsible for the bright red colour of blood and tissue in general - if the levels of haemoglobin in the blood are low, the skin may appear more whitish. The lack of oxygen