Women can also experience an increased need for iron during perimenopause and menopause, as periods can become irregular and menstruation may be heavier or more frequent. Amongst women who experience heavier periods, adequate daily iron intake is particularly important and may be difficult to achieve through diet alone.
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Learn about the importance of iron and the relationship between iron & periods.
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 sulfate⁴. As a result, Active Iron increases iron levels by 94%⁵
whilst helping to prevent the common side effects of iron, including nausea and constipation.
If you often feel tired and fatigued throughout your menstrual cycle, routine iron supplementation with Active Iron can help to support your iron and energy levels¹