iRom SyrupNovember 1, 2018
Moxal SyrupNovember 1, 2018
Maintain Red Blood Cells & Hemoglobin Levels
- IRON DEFICIENCY ANEMIA • GENERAL DEBILITY • OBESITY • INSOMNIA
IRON DEFICIENCY IS COMMON
Iron intakes have fallen over the last three decades, partly due to decreased meat consumption. As a result, iron deficiency anaemia is increasingly common, Vulnerable groups include:
- Infants who are exclusively breast-fed • Toddlers • Adolescents • Menstruating Women • Pregnant Women • Vegetarians • Elderly
IRON BENEFITS IN THE BODY
Iron forms part of the red blood pigment, haemoglobin, which transports oxygen around the body for use by all cells, including brain cells. This benefit of iron is so important that of your body’s total 2g —3g iron stores, two-thirds are tied up in your circulation. Iron also forms part of the red muscle pigment, myoglobin, which regulates oxygen storage in muscle fibres, and forms a critical part of some metabolic enzymes such as the cytochromes. iron contributes to:
- normal cognitive function • normal energy-yielding metabolism • normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin • normal oxygen transport in the body • the normal function of the immune system • the reduction of tiredness and fatigue • the process of cell division • normal cognitive development of children.
iRom Iron Bisglycinate is an extra gentle form of iron which is highly absorbable unlike synthetic iron medications. Iron Bisglycinate tablets/Syrup have iron which further helps increase absorption of iron from the gut into the bloodstream. iRom Iron Bisglycinate supplement, unlike many iron tablets/Syrup, is a non-constipating iron supplement and contains a form of iron called ferrous bisglycinate which does not irritate the stomach nor the digestive system helping to prevent constipation commonly associated with synthetic iron supplements. Haemoglobin, the carrier of oxygen in the blood, requires adequate iron supply for its manufacture and renewal. Iron Bisglycinate may be of benefit to: Vegetarians who may have compromised dietary intake Pregnant women, under advice, whose iron levels may be low Those who have been diagnosed with iron deficiency anaemia Those feeling constantly tired and run down Have taken synthetic iron supplements resulting in constipation
Iron is absorbed the best on an empty stomach. Yet, iron supplements can cause stomach cramps, nausea, and diarrhea in some people. You may need to take iron with a small amount of food to avoid this problem. Milk, calcium and antacids should NOT be taken at the same time as iron supplements.
SYRUP DOSE :
Children : 1/2 teaspoon once or twice daily.
Adult : 1 teaspoon once or twice daily.
TABLET DOSE :
Adult : 1 tablet daily. or as directed by physician.
MRP Rs. 270/: