Iron is the basis of human blood cells – the staff of life. Iron is primarily absorbed and carried in the body’s red blood cells. It is the red blood cells that are responsible for the transportation of oxygen captured by the lungs to the other organs and tissues of the body – from your brain to your big toe. Iron is a critical factor in the formation of many enzymes produced in the body that affect critically important chemical reactions crucial to mental cognition and functioning. Water soluble, ionic Iron tends to promote a sense of vitality and general well-being, enhances resistance to infections, stimulates energy and stamina during exercise, and ignites mental abilities. Angstrom-sized iron is vital to help the blood eliminate potentially toxic micron or larger-sized iron particles in the blood and tissues.