- Demonstrated to have at least two-fold higher bioavailability and absorption compared to conventional iron salts.
- Proven clinically effective for preventing iron deficiency anemia (IDA) in infants.
- Demonstrated effective absorption in celiac patients and similar hematological outcomes in pregnant women.
- More efficacious in increasing Hb level than ferrous glycine sulfate.
- Bisglycinate form of iron (30mg) showed more persistent correction of ferritin levels after a six-month follow-up than 30mg of iron sulfate.
Zinc bis- glycinate
- Zinc glycinate has shown better bioactivity than zinc gluconate.
- Well-tolerated and well-absorbed zinc chelate since this form of zinc is bound to glycine and does not compete with other minerals for absorption in the intestinal tract.
- Folic acid and methylcobalamin are among the B complex vitamins that are necessary for deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis, normal red blood cell formation, and cellular and tissue repair.
- Folic acid and methylcobalamin are effective and well tolerated in the treatment of patients with B vitamin deficiency