Do You Have Chronic Fatigue? Feel Exhausted? With Cold Chills?
The answer to solve the above health condition is to correct the deficiency of iron. Iron is the number one deficiency in the world. Taken in the right quantities, there is no reason for anyone to avoid iron. 50% of all pregnant women are deficient in iron. One out of every five menstruating women is deficient in iron. A recent study discovered that 90% of all women complaining of chronic fatigue are deficient in iron. Athletes and those who train heavy, or those who work in occupations that require hard, physical work, lose more iron that those who do not. Some athletes inject a drug called EPO (Erythropoietin) to increase endurance and stamina, aka Lance Armstrong. With the right level of nutrients, our bodies will produce our own EPO which increases healthy red blood cells that will increase oxygen levels. 15 to 30 mg a day of a unique form of iron that is non-constipating and will not cause stomach irritation, plus magnesium, zinc and copper, will build your red blood cells for healthy energy and endurance.