Our Iron formula is paired with Vitamin C to enhance absorption and reduce free radicals formed in the body. It is gentle on the stomach and helps support energy production, brain health and immune system health.

1 capsule per day + $14.00/mo


Supports energy production by helping maintain red blood cell formation, and oxygen transport to body tissues.

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Lifestyle factors including increased alcohol consumption and pharmaceutical use may contribute to reduced Iron levels in the body. Talk to your GP if you have any concerns about your iron levels.

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A diet lacking quality animal proteins (including red meat, poultry, seafood and dairy) or dark leafy green vegetables may contribute to reduced Iron intake from dietary sources. Talk to your GP if you have any concerns about your iron levels.

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  • Product


  • Direction

    1 capsule

  • Daily dose

    18 mg Iron

No Added Gluten
No Added Lactose
  • Ingredients

    Iron glycinate, absorbic acid

  • Allergens

    Contains non-GMO Corn/Maize.


Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Vitamins and minerals can only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional. Do not supplement with iron unless you have spoken with your doctor.

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Let's break it down

How it works

Iron is needed in the transport of oxygen to cells by boosting haemoglobin production. Haemoglobin is the iron containing oxygen transport protein in the red blood cells. When the oxygen reaches a cell it is then transformed to help produce cellular energy, this process is known as cellular respiration . A decrease in iron leads to less energy available to cells and this can then result in fatigue and lethargy (iron deficiency signs).

Dietary Boost

There are 2 types of iron in food: haem and non-haem. Haem iron, found in meat, poultry and seafood, is absorbed more effectively than non-haem iron, which is found in eggs and plant foods (lentils, vegetables such as kale, broccoli, spinach and green peas). Iron deficiency occurs when your iron levels are too low, which can lead to anaemia. If you are worried you have an iron deficiency, your doctor may order some blood tests and may suggest iron supplements.

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