Women are more susceptible to iron deficiency anemia due to blood loss during their monthly cycles. Yet over 57 percent of women do not get adequate levels of iron from their diet. We all require up to 20 mg of iron daily from food, but most get less than 10 mg per day from food and often it is poorly absorbed. Simply taking 10 mg per day of elemental iron per day will solve this.
Symptoms of Iron Deficiency:
NOT ALL IRON SUPPLEMENTS ARE EQUAL
The body must work harder to access iron in coated tablets that contain binders and fillers. When iron is not absorbed, any leftovers destined for eventual elimination can irritate the intestinal walls and cause pain, cramping, diarrhea, constipation and black stools. However, due to its revolutionary delivery system, Ironsmart iron does not cause the stomach upset and constipation associated with other iron supplements.
Doctors prescribe 300 mg of iron to treat anemia but 300 mg of doctor prescribed iron delivers only 30 mg of elemental iron.
IRONsmart is delicious, non constipating and raises hemoglobin and ferritin fast.
|Each Teaspoon (5 mL) Contains:|
|Elemental Iron (Iron III pyrophosphate)||10 mg|
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.
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