Health Benefits of Iron

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Iron - Element information

Iron is an essential mineral, meaning that the body does not produce its own iron. It is important for making hemoglobin, which is in red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout the body.

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Iron is best absorbed when taken with a meal.

Iron absorption is enhanced when taken with vitamin C, which is why we have included some in our Autumn formulation.

Iron should be taken away from other minerals, medications, dairy, and caffeine.

Iron can be found in lean meat, seafood, nuts, and beans.

Cooking with a cast iron skillet can help to increase dietary consumption of iron.

Iron levels can be measured in your blood by a health care practitioner to help confirm if supplementation is required and determine ideal dosing and safety.

Iron can cause mild digestive upset, especially constipation.

Iron can interact with some medications. We have accounted for some, as per the lifestyle questionnaire you completed, and adjusted your recommendation. However, it may be indicated to discuss supplementation with your health care provider to ensure it's right for you. Iron can also impact absorption of some drugs. Take at least 2 hours away from all medications.

Not intended for children. If you are pregnant, may become pregnant or are lactating, do not use these products without first consulting your health care provider.

WARNING: Accidental overdose of iron-containing products is a leading cause of fatal poisoning in children under 6. Keep this product out of reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, call a doctor or poison control center immediately.

Maintaining iron levels is essential to prevent iron deficiency anemia.

Iron is an essential nutrient during pregnancy and breast/chest-feeding.

Heavy menstruation and frequent donation of blood may lead to increased risk of low iron levels.

Individuals consuming a Vegan or vegetarian diet may be at risk of low iron levels.

Heme-iron (found in animal products) is more easily absorbed than non-heme iron (found in plants).