LifeSeasons – Blood Nourish-R Blood Building Support* – 60 Capsules
60 Vegetarian Capsules
Most people will see initial effects from Blood Nourish-R within 1 hour, which includes a feeling of more energy and general revitalization.
- Nourishes healthy blood building processes
- Non-constipating and easy to absorb
- Revitalizes and energizes
Most people will see initial effects from Blood Nourish-R within 1 hour, which includes a feeling of more energy and general revitalization. Many people see even greater results when taking this product over a longer period of time, specifically for 1-2 months.
Everyone is different, and results will vary from person to person. The key is to maintain consistent use every day to see best results.
Blood Nourish-R Key Ingredients:
Iron – A mineral needed for red blood cell formation, in a form that is easy to assimilate.
Alfalfa – This phytonutrient-rich tonic herb is a source of vitamins, minerals and chlorophyll.
Vitamin B12 – Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin, Cobalamin) is an essential nutrient for animals that plays a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system, as well as in the formation of red blood cells.
Beet Root – The Beet plant produces edible leaves and taproots that have been consumed by people for thousands of years and are believed to be helpful for digestion and for the blood.
Red Raspberry Leaf – Red Raspberry Leaf is a favorite nutritive herb, rich in Magnesium, Potassium, Iron, Vitamin C, and and B vitamins. It has been used traditionally as a tea for leg cramps, nausea and as a pregnancy tonic.
Is there really such a thing as “tired blood”?
Red blood cells contain a pigmented protein molecule called hemoglobin, and Iron binds oxygen to hemoglobin, to enable the oxygen to move from the lungs to the cells. “Tired blood” is a way of describing blood that doesn’t transport oxygen, glucose, and nutrients well, and people who aren’t getting enough blood building nutrients often lack energy.
Is dietary iron really that critical?
In a word, yes. When we understand that the oxygen carrying capacity of red blood is the basis for proper metabolic function of every cell and organ system in the body, and that it plays a critical role in energy production of DNA synthesis, we begin to understand the importance of dietary Iron.
If humans can get the most absorb-able dietary Iron from food, why take an Iron supplement?
Iron deficiency affects more than 25% of people in the world, and though Iron-rich food is prevalent in the United States, Iron is the most common nutrient deficiency. It may be related to food choices, or the consumption of substances that inhibit iron’s absorption. Vegetarians, vegans and female athletes may benefit from a blood-nourishing supplement. Gastrointestinal bleeding can lead to Iron depletion, and women and girls lose Iron during menstruation. Certain medications may interfere with your body’s ability to absorb Iron. Vitamin C enhances Iron absorption; a squeeze of lemon juice supports Iron absorption from leafy green vegetables, for example.