Lactoferrin

Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 85 reviews

Promotes Healthy Immunity*
Supports Healthy Levels of Iron*
Supports Gut Health*

A protein found in milk that helps absorption of iron and supports healthy immunity.*

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Based on 85 reviews
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Reviewed by elise m., from United States
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Rated 5 out of 5

Perfect

After taking Lactoferrin for about 2 weeks now I don t feel nearly as bloated as I do when I usually eat dairy products. This product has also bettered my immune system. I take it every day with my morning coffee and have felt a lot less groggy and more energetic.

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Reviewed by Goldie, from United States
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Rated 5 out of 5

Unable to take other iron supplements

I spent a lot of money trying to find an iron supplement that did not bother my digestive tract but was not successful in doing so. Then I found a book about digestive problems and they suggested trying this instead of the actual iron and they were right it works without distress. The book The Gut Health Protocol states that the bad bacteria absorbs our nutrients with iron being one of their favorites. Iron in the form of ferritin stops this process according to the book so the bad bacteria will not be able to utilize the iron as a nutrient. All I know is that it seems to work for me so I recommend it for anemic people with sensitive digestive tracts or people with candida or bacterial overgrowth issues.

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Reviewed by D, from United States
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Rated 5 out of 5

Helps with period tiredness

Being a woman I get my period every month so I lose iron which makes me tired. I took this supplement while I was on my period and it made me full of energy again! I highly recommend this high-quality product for your low iron needs!

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Reviewed by Amazon C., from United States
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Rated 5 out of 5

Great

I started taking these to protect against bacterial infection and build my immune system. It also helps with gut health and I have felt a different in the past week.

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