Iron Food Complex
What is Iron Food Complex?
Iron Food Complex delivers whole-food fermented Iron along with numerous blood-bonding minerals and vitamins for blood health support.*It is an easy-to-digest and convenient tablet that can be taken on an empty stomach.
What does Iron Food Complex do?
A combination of whole-food complexed Iron and blood bonding vitamins and minerals come together to help support hemoglobin and myoglobin levels.* It is a good source of dual-fermented Iron ideal for periods of blood loss including menstruation.*
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“King of herbs” supports occasional pain relief after exercise.*
Ginger is featured in over 20 New Chapter vitamins and supplements including Ginger Force™. Supercritical Ginger supports cardio and intestinal health.* Known as jiang meaning “defend” in traditional Chinese medicine and vishwabhesaj meaning “universal medicine” in Ayurveda, Ginger has been used for thousands of years in the most revered traditional herbal systems.
A favorite for digestive support.
An herb with countless uses, Peppermint is featured in many of the cultured herbal blends in New Chapter's multivitamins. A hybrid between Watermint and Spearmint, Peppermint is indigenous to Europe and the Middle East. Hardy and tenacious, Peppermint is now cultivated around the globe.
One of our most life-supportive herbs from Chinese herbal traditions.
A key herb in our Stress and Energy Support blends, Schizandra is featured in Perfect Hair, Skin & Nails plus our line of multivitamins. One of the most important life-supportive herbs used in Chinese herbalism, Schizandra is known as wu wei zi or “the five-flavor herb” in traditional Chinese medicine.
Nature's powerful ally for healthy inflammation response.*