IRON FOR Wellness.

Iron is crucial for overall wellness as it plays a key role in multiple bodily functions. It helps supports the production of healthy red blood cells, aids in oxygen transport, and contributes to a healthy immune system. Adequate iron levels also help support cognitive function, enhancing overall wellbeing.

 

ACTIVE IRON IS DIFFERENT.

Most iron supplements dissolve in the stomach. This can lead to oxidation and gut inflammation, which can lead to common side effects associated with iron supplements, such as constipation and nausea. Active Iron is different. Its ground breaking whey protein formula targets the right place for absorption, the DMT-1. This helps reduce oxidation, thus protecting the gut from inflammation. As a result, Active Iron is highly absorbed compared to other iron supplements¹, making it gentle on the stomach and clinical results have shown that it increases iron levels by 94%².

Iron

INCREASES IRON LEVELS BY 94%

Gentle

GENTLE ON THE STOMACH 

Tiredness

FIGHTS TIREDNESS AND FATIGUE

Help support your wellbeing today with Active Iron.

Active Iron for Men & Women combines all the benefits of Active Iron with a specially formulated multivitamin. Our 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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¹Wang et al. 2017, Acta Haematologica, 138: 223-232. ²Ledwidge et al. 2021. Data on file.