As a Healthcare Professional, you know that many people can benefit from taking an iron supplement. People who report tiredness, cold hands and feet, pale skin, brittle nails, frequent infections, and a general feeling of weakness, may benefit from taking an iron supplement after other medical conditions are ruled out.
Active Iron is better absorbed and better tolerated than other iron products.
Active Iron targets the body’s “Iron absorber” the DMT-1 and is clinically proven to give better iron absorption and to work in tune with your body’s needs.
Active Iron’s advanced protein formulation is non-irritating to the stomach and does not cause inflammation preventing unwanted side-effects associated with other Iron products such as stomach pain, cramp, sickness, constipation and flatulence.
enough iron in food.
Cannot absorb iron
well in your body.
1 in 3
Women need twice as much daily iron as men and up to 1 in 3 women need more iron in their diets.*
Sinclair LM, Hinton PS. Prevalence of iron deficiency with and without anemia in recreationally active men and women. J Am Diet Assoc. 2005;105(6):975-83.
of people taking iron products report side effects, especially stomach pain, heartburn, constipation
Pereira D. et al. A rapid, simple questionnaire to assess gastrointestinal symptoms after oral ferrous sulphate supplementation. BMC Gastroenterology 2014, 14:103.
stop taking oral iron, putting them at high risk of health problems
Survey of n= 1138 women in UK and Ireland and Gereklioglu C, Asma S, Korur A, Erdogan F, Kut A. Medication adherence to oral iron therapy in patients with iron deficiency anemia. Pak J Med Sci. 2016;32(3):604-607