- Sodium and phosphate are involved in the regulation of extracellular fluid and pH
- Iron is involved in immunity and is a structural component of haemoglobin and plays a vital role in the function of healthy blood
- Phosphate forms part of ferritin and plays an integral role in energy production
- In the body, iron is found most commonly associated with phosphate, the main anion for energy storage and release
- Phosphate acts as a regulator of iron phosphate absorption, and forms part of ferritin, the iron storage complex
- Phosphate is also incorporated into 2,3 diphosphoglycerate (2,3 DPG, a compound in red blood cells that regulates oxygen release by haemoglobin) and consequently plays an integral role in energy production
- The phosphate buffer system is one of the body’s important mechanisms for maintaining intracellular acid-base balance in which sodium monohydrogen phosphate and sodium dihydrogen phosphate act as efficient buffers in acid and alkaline conditions respectively
Dosage & warnings
Adults and children over 12 years: 1 tablet 3 times daily with meals
Children under 12 years: As professionally prescribed
Only take as directed.
This product is listed with the TGA - AustL 20259. The TGA publishes product info, including excipients under the "Other ingredients" subheading (not typically listed on the product label). Download the TGA public summary below.