OptiFer Alpha Heme Iron Supplement 30 TB

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Brands:: Optifer Alpha

USD $25.99 CAD

OptiFer Alpha is a natural heme iron supplement that contains 11 mg of elemental iron per tablet. It is safe for pregnant women and is made from non-GMO bovine.

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OptiferA Alpha Heme Iron – 30 Tabs

OptiferA Alpha Heme Iron is a reliable and convenient iron supplement that supports the prevention of iron deficiency and anemia. Each tablet contains 11 mg of elemental iron, providing the necessary support for red blood cell production and maintenance.

Key Features:

  • Helps prevent iron deficiency and anemia
  • Each tablet contains 11 mg of elemental iron
  • Provides high absorption of iron
  • Needed for red blood cell production and maintenance
  • Convenient blister foil packaging


Adults: Take 1 tablet 3 times daily or as recommended by your healthcare professional. Pregnant Women: Take 1 tablet 3 times daily or as recommended by your healthcare professional. Take the tablet with food and a few hours before or after taking other medications.

Important Information:

Keep the product away from children. Individuals who are pregnant, breastfeeding, have hemochromatosis, other types of anemia, repeated blood transfusions, or stomach and intestinal problems should inform their healthcare professional before using this product.

Manufacturer Info:

Volo Healthcare Inc. is a provider of iron supplements, including OptiferA Alpha Heme Iron, which supports overall health. Volo Healthcare’s heme iron supplement is efficient, well-tolerated, and made with natural ingredients. OptiferA Alpha Heme Iron is an easy-to-swallow supplement that supports healthy iron levels and overall well-being.


Iron is an essential trace mineral found in all living organisms. It plays a crucial role in the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood. Hemoglobin and myoglobin, iron-containing proteins, are responsible for transporting oxygen to the body’s tissues.

Functions in the Body:

Iron proteins are involved in transporting gases, especially oxygen. They also play a role in biological oxidation reactions and are important components of enzyme systems. Iron-containing enzymes synthesize brain chemicals, regulate mood and appetite, and are involved in collagen and elastin synthesis. Iron is necessary for the metabolism of many drugs and is required for the production of carnitine, which aids in energy production.

Iron in Our Diet:

Iron is found in two forms in the diet: heme iron and non-heme iron. Heme iron, found in animal products, is highly absorbable. Non-heme iron is obtained from plant sources. Lean red meats are a rich source of heme iron, while vegetables, grains, and beans provide non-heme iron.

Iron and Iron Deficiency:

Iron deficiency, or iron deficiency anemia, can result from blood loss, low iron intake, hypothyroidism, and certain illnesses. Symptoms of iron deficiency anemia include fatigue, pale face, dry skin, constipation, headaches, and decreased immunity. Iron supplementation is often beneficial for menstruating women, individuals with blood

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