Iron is our most abundant essential trace mineral, necessary to most life forms on the planet. We need iron as the central component of our oxygen-transporting haemoglobin molecules.
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Sanderson Superior Organic Iron 100 tabletsNZ$9.90
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SaleMartin & Pleasance Spatone - 100% Natural Iron Supplement 14 sachets, 28 sachets, 28 sachets + free infusion bottle
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Thompson's Organic Iron 24mg 100 tabletsNZ$20.20
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Carbonyl Iron 30 tabletsNZ$8.50
Red Seal Floradix Tablets 84 tabletsNZ$27.60
Red Seal Floradix Formula 500ml, 250ml
Ethical Nutrients Iron Max 30 vegecapsNZ$16.50
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Streamland Molasses 500gmNZ$5.90
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GO Healthy Go Blackstrap Molasses 500gmNZ$5.90
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GO Healthy Go Iron for Women - High Potency 60 vegecaps, 30 vegecaps
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Harker Herbals Iron Tonic 500ml, 250ml
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Pro-life Iron4Every1 60 chewable tabletsNZ$8.20
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Skybright Iron Liquid 50mlNZ$25.20
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Red Seal Floravital - Yeast-Free 500ml, 250ml
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Iron is our most abundant essential trace mineral, necessary to most life forms on the planet. We need iron as the central component of our oxygen-transporting haemoglobin molecules. Iron anaemia, when haemoglobin-containing red blood cell production declines, causes pallor, weakness, poor immunity and fatigue.
Iron deficiency is more common in pregnant or heavily menstruating women, female athletes, teenagers experiencing a growth spurt and the elderly.
Studies show that around 40% of New Zealand women of childbearing age are iron deficient. Iron-deficient mothers are more likely to produce infants who are susceptible to iron deficiency.
Iron is an important micronutrient in energy production, protein metabolism and immune system health.
Fatigue, irritability, recurring infections, shortness of breath, headaches, chest pain and heavy menstrual bleeding can all indicate dietary iron deficiency. Cognitive impairment, developmental delay and hair loss can result if iron deficiency is not addressed.
Iron Side Effects
Keeps the body strong so the germs and bugs just don't get a look in.
My 84yr old aunt introduced me to floradix back in the late 80's as a boost for my children. Now my partner & I take it daily for health. I'm proud to say my grandsons too have it daily and I just had the pleasure of introducing one of my nieces to it this winter. An absolute MUST for daily health. Keeps the body strong so the germs and bugs just don't get a look in.
Nice straight from the fridge
Took a little bit of getting used to, and certainly dont like it in water, but now quite like the taste if its straight from the fridge
Spatone iron is honestly the best form of iron i have taken. As a person who suffers from Chrons my iron levels have always been quite low. I can definitely say after starting Spatone I feel like a complete different person. It's incredibly easy to take though has a very metallic taste so taking it with a glass of juice makes it that much easier. If you are experiencing low iron levels this stuff is the way to go. I had been prescribed iron tablets from the doctor but after only taking two and noticing side effects I decided to jump on Spatone. Best decision I could have made :)
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