Vegan Iron High Strength 14mg, 120 Tablets, Energy Production, Cognitive Function, Blood Cell Formation, Iron Deficiency Anaemia Optimised Formula.
£7.15 – £8.95
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HIGH STRENGTH IRON SUPPLEMENT -
Nature’s Well Iron is an essential trace mineral that is required for several important bodily functions. Each of our small tablets provides 100% Nutritional daily intake. Iron is an essential mineral required to produce healthy haemoglobin - the protein within red blood cells that carries oxygen around the body
VITAMINS WITH POTENCY & PURPOSE –
UK’s leading brand of scientifically formulated Vegan Vitamins specially formulated to balance your lifestyle choices. Whatever your dietary choices no one should lack essential nutrients, and in fact we can help drive the change to a more healthy and sustainable future by giving people confidence that their ethical / environmental choices will not affect their health, now that's what we call a purpose.
DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR VEGANS & VEGETARIANS. SUITABLE FOR EVERYONE, EVERY AGE, EVERY LIFESTYLE, FREE FROM –
gluten, wheat, palm oil, GMO’s, Allergens, artificial colours and preservatives, dairy, yeast, starch, soya, sugar, alcohol, porcine and lactose. Not tested on animals.
ASSURED HALAL & KOSHER -
No Animal derived Ingredients. Nature’s Well do not use animal gelatin, or any animal derived ingredients or by products in their black seed oil capsules. Many manufacturers use Halal Beef Gelatin. It’s impossible to prevent cross contamination with pork bones and flesh, and other non halal and kosher animal products.
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NATURE’S WELL ARE 100% PLASTIC FREE -
Vitamin bottles are thrown away after single use. We are determined to drive change and pioneer our new fully biodegradable packaging.
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Who Should Take Iron Supplements? - Iron is a nutrient that plays many important roles in your body, including keeping you healthy and full of energy. Low iron levels are common, and they can cause unpleasant symptoms like tiredness, poor concentration, and frequent bouts of illness. However, iron deficiency is not always easy to spot, especially in its early stages. Iron supplements are a great way to reverse a deficiency, especially if diet changes alone are unsuccessful.
Symptoms of low iron levels -
Low iron levels are common, especially in certain subsets of the population. If left untreated, they may develop into a more serious condition known as iron deficiency anaemia. IDA is a condition in which your blood doesn’t contain enough healthy, oxygen-carrying red blood cells. As a result, you may experience the following symptoms:• tiredness • a lack of energy • shortness of breath • difficulty concentrating • more frequent bouts of illness • difficulty regulating your body temperature or often feeling cold • pale skin • heart palpitations • headaches • hearing ringing, hissing, or buzzing noises inside your head • itchiness • a sore tongue or difficulty swallowing • changes in the way food tastes • hair loss • painful open sores in the corners of the mouth • spoon-shaped nails
If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, consider discussing diagnostic testing options with your healthcare provider to identify or rule out low iron levels or IDA. Keep in mind that these symptoms are typically most noticeable when low iron levels progress to IDA. Thus, you may have low iron levels without experiencing any of these signs, especially in the early stages of iron depletion.
When may iron supplements be helpful? - Iron supplements can help reverse low iron levels or treat iron deficiency anaemia. They can produce results quicker than diet interventions and are often considered the treatment method of choice. These supplements can be particularly helpful among people who are prone to low iron levels, especially if they’re unable to maintain a good iron status through diet alone, including:• pregnant people • infants and young children • people experiencing heavy periods • frequent blood donors • people with cancer • people with gastrointestinal disorders, such as celiac disease, ulcerative colitis, or Crohn’s disease • those who have undergone gastric surgery • people with heart failure • those taking iron-depleting medications, such as those used to reduce stomach acid • people regularly partaking in heavy exercise • those following a vegetarian or vegan diet • people with blood disorders, such as thalassemia or sickle cell anaemia • people with alcoholism