Iron from food.
Non-heme iron comes from plant-based sources, including fortified cereals and breads, rice, oats, nuts, beans, and leafy greens. Unfortunately, non-heme iron is also more difficult for the body to absorb, and so while a plant-based diet may provide ample non-heme iron to the body, an individual may still find themselves experiencing inadequate iron levels.
Foods that inhibit iron absorption.
A reduction in iron absorption can also come from phytates in whole-grains and legumes, or tannins in tea and coffee. As a result, many vegetarians find it difficult to meet their iron needs through diet alone, and may benefit from taking an iron supplement to replenish their iron stores.
Active Iron is different.
Our non-constipating formula provides 2X better absorption compared to other iron supplements¹, making it both Kind & Strong. Active Iron is clinically proven to double your iron levels and restore energy² while avoiding the common side effects of iron.
Erica Bracken shares her experience with Active Iron.
As vegetarian, Erica struggled to get sufficient iron from her diet.
If you have a restricted diet or struggle to get sufficient iron from your diet, Active Iron can double your iron levels and restore energy.
Active Iron High Potency
Active Iron High Potency is clinically proven to double iron levels and restore energy.
Active Iron for Women
Active Iron for Women helps support iron levels & women’s nutritional needs.