IRON FOR Wellness.

Iron is essential to life. Iron is instrumental in the creation of red blood cells, which carry oxygen around the body.  Iron plays an important role in the metabolism of energy and reducing tiredness.¹

Iron also has links to supporting cognitive function and the immune system

Most people are unaware of the daily requirement of iron for women. In fact, 47% of the UK population do not know the recommended daily intake for women aged between 19 and 50. 

Your need for iron depends on your gender, age, and lifestyle. Women need up to three times more iron than men² due to the increased demands of menstruation, pregnancy, and breastfeeding.

 

ACTIVE IRON IS DIFFERENT.

It is estimated that 8/10 people experience side effects from oral iron³.

Unlike most iron supplements, Active Iron is clinically proven to provide 2X better absorption of iron sulfate.

As a result, Active Iron increases iron levels by 94% whilst helping to prevent the common side effects of iron, including nausea and constipation.

Help support your wellbeing with Active Iron.

Active Iron for Men & Women combines all the benefits of Active Iron with a specially formulated multivitamin.

Active Iron for Men & Women is clinically proven to deliver 2X better absorption of iron than other iron tablets. It’s non-constipating formula also ensures reduced gut irritation from iron.

Active Multivitamin is specially formulated for use with Active Iron to optimise absorption. Unlike many supplements, Active Multivitamin with high strength B Vitamins targets release, and works in sync with Active Iron.

Active Iron for Men

Iron supports normal energy yielding metabolism and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

Active Iron for Women

Iron supports normal energy yielding metabolism and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue

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¹Iron contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. ²Harper et al. 2020 medscape.com. ³Pereira et al. 2014, BMC Gastroenterol 4;14:103. ⁴Wang et al. 2017, Acta Haematologica, 138: 223-232. ⁵Ledwidge et al. 2021, Data on file.

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