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Bock Prenate Ultra touted for lower toxicity in cases of accidental ingestion.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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BOCK INTRODUCES CARBONYL IRON-BASED PRENATE ULTRA AS SAFER ALTERNATIVE to ferrous iron supplements. The Rx multi-vitamin, which contains MicroIron II, a micro-particulate carbonyl iron, has a reduced risk of iron toxicity and iron poisoning in toddlers who may be accidentally exposed to the product, Bock Pharmacal declared in introductory materials for the prenatal supplement.
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