20 x NEW ActiveIron® Pregnancy 30-Day Packs
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ActiveIron® Pregnancy’s ground-breaking protein formula is clinically proven to provide x2 better absorption of iron.1 It has been specially formulated to help reduce constipation. Making it kind enough to take on an empty stomach whilst being strong on absorption when you need it. Each capsule contains 17mg of iron, 121% of NRV (Nutritional Reference Value).
ActiveIron® targets the body’s normal ‘iron absorber’, the DMT-1. This means it is strong on absorption and in tune with your body’s needs.
- Clinically Proven x 2 the Absorption of Ferrous Sulphate1
- Non-Constipating Formula
- Helps Your Energy Levels and Tackles Tiredness2
- Helps Prevent Dietary Iron Deficiency2
- Formulated by Scientists
- Active Iron’s targeted delivery works with your body and helps reduce gut irritation from iron.1
Why is iron important during pregnancy?
Iron is very important during pregnancy for both you and your developing baby. Iron plays a key role in transporting oxygen all around the body and it is required to make extra blood (haemoglobin). It contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and plays an important role in normal energy metabolism, cognitive function, and immune.
Pregnant women can benefit from taking an iron supplements if they are unable to fulfil their iron requirements through dietary intake alone.
Research data shows that pregnant women have an increased demand for iron due to an increase in blood volume.
For more information on ActiveIron® visit www.activeiron.com
1 Compared to Iron sulfate. Wang et al, Acta Haematologica 2017; 138: 223-232.
2 Iron contributes to normal energy yielding metabolism and to the reduction in tiredness and fatigue.
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