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  • Prenatal

Iron

The Blood Booster

  • Critical for red blood cell production
  • Formulated with vitamin C for optimal absorption
  • Essential for people who menstruate or are pregnant
  • Vegan friendly
  • 30 day supply
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Third-Party Tested
No Unnecessary Fillers
No Unnecessary Fillers
Non-GMO
Non-GMO
Vegetarian
Vegetarian
Gluten-Free
Gluten-Free
Vegan
Vegan
The basics
Strong Research
Strong Research
Iron is an essential mineral with critical bodily functions. Iron deficiency can cause fatigue and iron-deficiency anemia, which affects 30% of people worldwide. The amount of iron you need depends on your age and gender. Some groups are more likely to be getting less iron than they need, including vegetarians, who don't absorb as much iron from plant sources, and pregnant women, who need a lot more of it.
The basics
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Did you know?

Iron is one of the most plentiful elements. It comprises about 5.6% of the Earth's crust and almost all of its core.

Research and benefits

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Vegetarians have a higher risk of deficiency

People who are vegan/vegetarian may have a greater chance of being iron deficient because meat products are the best source of iron.

Number of studies

1

Years of studies

2014

Double-blind placebo

No

People who are vegan/vegetarian may have a greater chance of being iron deficient because meat products are the best source of iron.

Consult your doctor first

Iron is an essential mineral that is responsible for transportation of oxygen and production of red blood cells.* Iron should only be supplemented for people who are not getting adequate iron in their diet. Getting too much iron can be dangerous, so do not supplement with iron unless you have spoken with your doctor.

Number of studies

2

Years of studies

2013-2016

Double-blind placebo

No

Iron is an essential mineral that is responsible for transportation of oxygen and production of red blood cells.* Iron should only be supplemented for people who are not getting adequate iron in their diet. Getting too much iron can be dangerous, so do not supplement with iron unless you have spoken with your doctor.

Essential mineral during pregnancy

During pregnancy, iron is an essential mineral because it helps to produce blood and supply oxygen to the baby. People who are pregnant are recommended to increase their daily iron intake from 18 mg to 27 mg. Due to this increase, iron is the most common nutrient deficiency for those who are pregnant, so supplementation may be beneficial.

Number of studies

1

Years of studies

2020

Double-blind placebo

No

During pregnancy, iron is an essential mineral because it helps to produce blood and supply oxygen to the baby. People who are pregnant are recommended to increase their daily iron intake from 18 mg to 27 mg. Due to this increase, iron is the most common nutrient deficiency for those who are pregnant, so supplementation may be beneficial.

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Smarter formulas

Gentle on the stomach

Our formulation includes the chelated form of iron. Chelated minerals are minerals that are combined with a chelating agent, like an amino acid. The agent prevents the minerals from interacting with other compounds, making them easier for the body to digest than non-chelated minerals.

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Better
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Our Iron includes calcium and magnesium ascorbate — buffered forms of vitamin C. These buffered forms combine a highly absorbable form of vitamin C with the minerals calcium, potassium, and magnesium, and help the body absorb iron at a faster rate.

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