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Women’s Health: Fitness

Being active makes your body use oxygen rapidly. Red blood cells carry oxygen throughout your body, and they, in turn, need iron.

If you have an active lifestyle and exercise regularly, it is essential that you get the iron you need, especially if you're of childbearing age.

Ultimate Iron® dietary supplement provides multiple forms of iron, plus ingredients that help give your workouts an energy boost.†

To reduce post-exercise occasional stiffness and muscle soreness, try FlexAgility™† MAX dietary supplement or Curazyme™ dietary supplement.† Both provide natural ingredients that enhance your body's own anti-inflammatory abilities.†

See also: Guide to Healthy Joints and Guide to Weight Management

= recommended for daily use
= take as extra support or when needed

 

Ultimate Iron® dietary supplement Two forms of iron to support healthy red blood cells, and increase energy and stamina.†
Rhodiola Energy™† herbal extract A natural herbal energizer, this caffeine-free supplement helps you get energized and combats fatigue.†
FlexAgility™† MAX dietary supplement For natural relief of pain and inflammation, this targeted formula reduced stiffness due to exercise and overuse.†
Curazyme™ dietary supplement Includes the essential nutrients the body needs to relieve muscle soreness after exercise and deal with physical exertion.†
Published February 26, 2010
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