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ANEMIAS - FerroNat Plus - Syrup 200ml - Ref: 3258


Anemia  is  a  disease  characterized  by  decreased  levels  of  hemoglobin  in  the  blood below the  normal. 

Hemoglobin  is a protein  present  in  red  blood  cells  which  gives  it  its  characteristic  color,  and  whose  main  function  is  to  carry  oxygen  from the  lungs  to  all  cells  of  the  body. 

If is  a  deficit  in  hemoglobin,  red  blood  cells  can  not  carry  the  quantities  of oxygen  needed for  the  correct  functioning  of  the  cells  may  occur symptoms  such  as  fatigue,  weakness,  mild  headache, pallor  or,  in  more  severe  cases,  cardiac  arrest. 


The  FerroNat  Plus  is  a  dietary  supplement  indicated  for  the  treatment  of  anemia.





Iron II (lactate)


The most common cause of anemia is a lack of iron (iron deficiency anemia), since this mineral is part of the hemoglobin molecule and is therefore essential for the production of red blood cells by the bone marrow.

This deficit could be due mainly to bleeding (very common in menstrual bleeding in women who are premenopausal or of childbearing age), diets low in iron and certain pathologies.


In general, the amount of iron present in the feed is not sufficient to meet the needs in the case of anemia, as the human body has a very small reserve of this mineral. Therefore, the iron must be reestablished missing by taking supplements.



Riboflavin 5'-phosphate sodium (Vitamin B2)

Participates in the production of blood cells, particularly red blood cells and antibodies.


Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12)

Apart from iron, bone marrow also requires B12 to produce red blood cells. Thus, this vitamin deficiency can also cause anemia (anemia perniciosa).


Not recommended for use during pregnancy or lactation.

This product is well tolerated by diabetics.



Water, Fructose, ferrous lactate, acidity regulator (L-lactic acid), preservative (potassium sorbate), flavor, riboflavin 5'-phosphate sodium (Vitamin B2); Cionocobalamina (Vitamin B12).

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