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Active Iron is a new generation iron supplement that is both Kind & Strong. Clinically Proven to deliver twice the absorption of standard ferrous sulfate. Whilst also being kind enough to take on an empty stomach*.
Active Iron’s advanced protein formulation has been designed to work in tune with your body’s needs.
Iron contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and plays an important role in normal energy metabolism, oxygen transport, cognitive function, immune function and formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin.
Who is Active Iron Suitable For:
Women can especially benefit from Active Iron during menstruation or pregnancy when they cannot fulfil their iron needs through diet alone. Monthly periods are the most common cause of iron loss worldwide.
Research shows that women of childbearing age may need 2-3 times more iron than men. Among women who experience longer periods, especially in their 30s and 40s, adequate daily iron intake is particularly important and may be difficult to achieve with diet alone.
Active exercisers, blood donors, and vegetarians may also benefit from Active Iron when they cannot meet their iron needs through their diet alone.
Food supplements are not a substitute for a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.
You should not exceed the recommended daily supplement dose of iron without consulting your doctor or pharmacist.
*Wang et al, Acta Haematologica, in press 2017.
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