Assists in the formation and proper function of red blood cells
High absorption elemental iron
Helps to prevent iron deficiency anemia
Helps maintain energy
Available in capsules, and liquid in a delicious caramel taste
Ironsmart helps prevent iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia. It also helps to form red blood cells and helps in their proper function.
Who is it for?
Ironsmart is ideal for individuals looking to prevent iron-deficiency anemia. It is a gentle, low dose, form of iron that does not cause unwanted side effects of stomach upset or nausea. Ironsmart is suitable for vegans, vegetarians and is gluten-free.
Iron deficiency is often seen in women of child baring years due to increased menstrual flow. The three causes of iron deficiency are 1) lack of adequate intake 2) lack of absorption and 3) higher output. Ironsmart works to support deficiencies in intake and absorption.
Adult female: 2 teaspoons per day
Adult male: 1 teaspoon per day
Adult female > 51 years old: 1 teaspoon per day
Pregnancy: 3 teaspoons per day
Breastfeeding: 1 teaspoon per day
Children (4-13 years): 1 teaspoon per day
Take with food. Take a few hours before or after taking other medications. Shake the liquid IRONsmart well before use and refrigerate after opening.
EACH TEASPOON (5 ml) CONTAINS :
Elemental Iron (Iron III pyrophosphate)
This product does not contain irradiated rice flour, artificial colors or sweeteners; no corn, dairy, gluten, GMOs, soy, wheat or yeast. VEGAN-FRIENDLY. GLUTEN-FREE.
Iron pyrophosphate is an iron compound that is essential for the production of hemoglobin, enabling oxygen transport to cells throughout the body.
Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2) is important to iron absorption and metabolism in humans.
Folic acid is a B vitamin that is essential to the production of hemoglobin. Without enough of it, red blood cells are unable to carry oxygen effectively around the body.
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