Active Iron
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Active Iron Advance

Containing 25mg iron, Active Iron Advance is clinically proven to increase iron & energy levels¹.

About Active Iron Advance:

Active Iron Advance is clinically proven to increase iron and support haemoglobin formation¹.

How does it work? 

Active Iron’s ground-breaking whey protein formula targets the body’s natural site of iron absorption, the DMT-1. This helps reduce oxidation and protects the gut from inflammation. As a result, Active Iron delivers 2X better absorption of iron sulfate².

Who might need Active Iron Advance?
• Increased Energy
• Intolerance of Oral Iron
• Women with Periods, including perimenopausal
• Restricted Diets, including vegetarians
• Pregnancy including postnatal

Free From:

• Gluten
• Sugar
• Artificial Colours & Preservatives

Suitable For:
  • Restricted diets e.g vegetarians
  • Women with periods
  • Pregnancy & postpartum
  • Intolerance of oral iron
  • Athletes & heavy exerisers
Important Information:

Safety Information:

Do not exceed the daily dose without consulting your doctor or pharmacist. Food supplements are not a substitute for a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Directions:

Adults, pregnant women, and children over 12 years can take one capsule of Active Iron Advance daily with water or fruit juice. Active iron is gentle enough to take on an empty stomach.

How to store:

Store below 25oc in a dry place. Active Iron is placed in aluminium foil to protect the encapsulated iron. Keep out of reach and sight of children.

Ingredients

INGREDIENTS:

Whey (milk) protein, Capsule shell (Hypromellose, Colours: Calcium phosphate, Calcium carbonate, Chlorophyllin), Ferrous sulfate, Acidity regulators (sodium acetate, acetic acid), Antioxidant (ascorbic acid), Emulsifier (polysorbate 20).

Key Features.

Non-Constipating Formula

Informed Sport Certified

Clinically Proven

Suitable for

Our Experts.

Marie Louise

Marie Louise is a Pregnancy Advisor for Active Iron as well as a Prenatal Course Educator & experienced Midwife for the NHS and Author of ‘Pregnancy, Birth & Beyond’.

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Dr. Sarah Murphy

Dr Sarah Murphy is an Irish doctor specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology.

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Dr. Stephanie Ooi

Dr. Stephanie is a Women’s Health Advisor for Active Iron as well as a General Practitioner. Dr Stephanie is also a host of The Medic Mum Podcast.

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Our Fans.

Chemmy Alcott

"I really struggled as an athlete with low energy during my periods and I wish I had known about Active Iron..."

Rachael Burford

"Active Iron helps support your energy levels throughout your cycle..."

Aifric Keogh

"I discovered Active Iron. I saw a huge improvement in my iron levels and training.."

Active Iron 14mg vs Active Iron Advance 25mg.

VS.
  ACTIVE IRON 14mg ACTIVE IRON ADVANCE 25mg

Maintenance of iron levels

Both Active Iron 14mg and Active Iron Advance are suitable for the maintenance of iron levels

Low Iron

Our 25mg dose Active Iron Advance is more suitable for those with low iron levels as it contains a higher dose for those with additional iron requirements.

Energy

Iron contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism

Immunity

Iron contributes to the normal function of the immune system

Cognitive Function

Iron contributes to normal cognitive function

Blood Building

Iron contributes to normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin

Oxygen Transport

Iron contributes to normal oxygen transport in the body

Heavy Periods

Active Iron Advance is more suitable for heavy periods as it contains a higher dose to replace iron loss from periods

Vegetarians

Active Iron is suitable for vegetarians

Vegans

Active Iron contains whey protein, making it unsuitable for vegans

Coeliacs

Active Iron does not contain gluten

Lactose Intolerant

Active Iron contains whey protein, making it unsuitable for those who are lactose intolerant

Pregnancy

Active Iron is suitable preconception, pregnancy and postpartum

Breastfeeding

Active Iron is suitable for breastfeeding

Free From Artificial Colours and Preservatives

Active Iron is free from artifical colours and preservatives

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Testimonial.

Diane Caldwell – Irish & FC Zürich Frauen Footballer

“As a professional female athlete, it is extremely common to have low iron levels. I’ve experienced this throughout my career and was recommended supplementation. I’m delighted to have finally found a daily iron supplement, that not only is clinically proven to increase iron and assist energy levels, but is also easy on the stomach. From an athlete’s perspective, it is ideal having the peace of mind that the products are informed sport approved. Active Iron really does tick all the boxes.“

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FAQs.

What is Active Iron Advance?

Active Iron Advance is a highly effective 25mg iron supplement designed to reduce stomach irritation while providing better absorption than standard iron supplements. Active Iron uses a patented formula which has been specially designed to target the small intestine, allowing for optimal absorption while minimising side effects.

How is Active Iron Advance different from other iron supplements?

The patented formula in Active Iron Advance delivers iron more efficiently than traditional supplements, causing fewer stomach issues like constipation, nausea, or cramps. It’s gentle on the stomach and avoids the discomfort associated with typical iron supplements.

Can pregnant or breastfeeding women take Active Iron Advance?

Yes, Active Iron Advance is suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women. It’s formulated to be gentle on the stomach and is well-tolerated during pregnancy.

How should Active Iron Advance be taken?

Active Iron Advance should be taken once daily with water or juice, without food on an empty stomach.

Is Active Iron Advance suitable for athletes?

Yes, Active Iron Advance is suitable for athletes and is certified with Informed Sport.

Is Active Iron Advance suitable for pregnant women?

Yes, Active Iron Advance is suitable for pregnant and postpartum women.

Who is Active Iron Advance suitable for?

Active Iron Advance is suitable for those who have or are at risk of having low iron levels. This might include women with heavy periods, pregnant and postpartum women, those with an intolerance to oral iron and those on restricted diets.

How long does Active Iron Advance take to work?

Active Iron is clinically proven to increase iron levels by 94%* within 6 weeks, but many start to feel the benefits earlier than that e.g increase in energy levels, less tiredness & fatigue. *Ledwidge, M. et al. PRECISION Study. Int J Clin Pharm (2023) https://doi.org/10.1007/s11096-023-01640-7

What are the Side Effects of Active Iron Advance?
Active Iron’s advanced whey protein formulation helps protect the stomach from the irritating effects of iron, reducing the likelihood of side effects¹.
Active Iron is specially formulated to help avoid side effects such as nausea and constipation.
What time of day should I take Active Iron Advance?
Iron supplements work best when taken on an empty stomach, so it is recommended to take your Active Iron tablet first thing in the morning. Active Iron should be taken 1 hour before meals, or 1-2 hours after a meal. If you have a particularly sensitive stomach, it may be best to take your iron supplements after a meal.
What are the benefits of Active Iron Advance?

Active Iron helps support your iron and energy levels while avoiding gastrointestinal side effects like nausea and constipation¹.

Active Iron supports*:

  • Energy
  • Blood Building
  • Immune Function
  • Cognitive function.

*Iron supports energy yielding metabolism and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, normal formation of haemoglobin & red blood cells, normal function of the immune system and normal cognitive function.

¹Ledwidge, M. et al. PRECISION Study. Int J Clin Pharm (2023) https://doi.org/10.1007/s11096-023-01640-7 ²Wang et al. 2017, Acta Haematologica, 138: 223-232.
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