Figures show that up to 90% of women (aged 16 – 64) are not getting enough iron in their diet*. Initial symptoms of iron deficiency can include:
Tiredness and fatigue
Lack of energy and stamina
Decreased ability to concentrate
Dry, brittle nails and hair
Male & female runners and vegetarians are also at a higher risk of iron deficiency. For athletes training regularly, low iron levels may cause:
Lack of endurance
Lack of motivation
Reduction in performance and ability to train
It is unlikely that Blueiron will cause side effects – Blueiron has been designed to prevent side effects commonly associated with taking iron tablets e.g. constipation. This is due to the type of iron (FE3+), which is used in Blueiron. One of the benefits of Blueiron is that your body will only absorb the amount it needs.
There are only 8.5 calories in one tablespoon (recommended daily dose for an adult) of Blueiron
No Blueiron will not stain your teeth
Coffee, tea and milk often inhibit iron absorption.
However the type of iron in Blueiron does not interact with these products.
Mineral Water, Fruit Juice Concentrate (26%) (pear), Natural Blueberry Concentrate, Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Vitamin E (Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate), Iron (Ferric Saccharate complex), Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid, Zinc Oxide, ickener: Xanthan Gum, Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin), Preservative: Potassium Sorbate, Folic Acid, Biotin.
Adults: 2 x 5ml teaspoons per day
Children (age 11 – 18): 2 x 5ml teaspoons per day
Children (age 7 – 10): 1 x 5ml teaspoon per day
Children (age 3 – 6): ½ x 5ml teaspoon per day
Yes you should – Blueiron is designed to be taken daily.
Yes – Blueiron contains 40% of your recommended daily amount of folic acid. Folic acid is a water-soluble vitamin so you can’t take too much – your body will naturally expel what is not needed. Therefore you can take Blueiron and your usual antenatal supplement together.
You can take Blueiron any time of day. The main thing to remember is to take it regularly for at least one month to experience the benefits associated with the product.
Yes – Blueiron is suitable for pregnant women. Iron is especially important during pregnancy and up to 85% of women in their third trimester are not getting enough iron*. Speak to your healthcare professional before taking any medication when you are pregnant.
There is 16.7mg of iron in the recommended 10ml dose of Blueiron, this is 100% of your RDA of iron.
Yes you can take Blueiron when breastfeeding. Iron is present in breast milk and is important for your baby’s growth and development.
Yes Blueiron can be taken by children aged 3 and above. Young children are often low in iron because of their rapid growth. Teenagers are also in need of iron to help with concentration levels, energy and growth.
Yes – Blueiron has 0.8g of sugar in each daily dose (10ml), so it is suitable for most controlled diabetics.
Yes you can take Blueiron with other medications. However as with all supplements it is always a good idea to check with your doctor or Healthcare provider first.
Two teaspoons (10ml) of Blueiron gives 119% of the reference intake (Recommended Daily Amount) – however some people will require more iron than this e.g. pregnant women. Please check with your doctor or HCP first if you believe you need more than the daily 10ml dose.
Yes Blueiron is suitable for both vegans and vegetarians. Blueiron is especially beneficial to those who do not eat meat or fish, aas they may be at higher risk of Iron deficiency.
No Blueiron does not contain yeast
No Blueiron does not contain lactose
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