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Plant-Based Energy with Floradix

May 22, 2018
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Get a natural, plant-based energy boost with Salus’ Floradix (US/CA) and Floravital (US) / Floravit (CA) liquid iron supplement and say goodbye to the sluggish you. You’ve got things to do and places to be!

For most of us, life in 2018 means constantly being on the go.

Whether it’s burning the midnight oil to get a leg up, hitting your fitness goals (#fitspo), or running after a rambunctious little one, you’re always striving to do your best. But as you’re doing it all, are you finding it hard to muster the energy you need? You’re not alone.

While you may chalk it up to stress or lack of sleep, your low energy levels might actually be iron-based. Iron deficiency knows no boundaries. In fact, it is estimated that up to 26 percent of reproductive-aged women are iron deficient. From meat-eating athletes to vegetarians, the shortage of this mineral is widespread.

Iron isn’t just another mineral

Iron is an essential mineral to your body and helps provide energy by supporting your red blood cells. Without iron-supported red blood cells, your body won’t be able to get enough oxygen and you’ll begin to experience fatigue in more ways than most people realize. Low-iron-induced fatigue leads to diminished brain function, a compromised immune system, the inability to maintain healthy cells, skin, hair, and nails, and can even increase the risk of low birth weight babies in pregnant women.

Basically, you want to make sure you’re getting enough iron for energy levels and beyond. Thankfully, Salus’ plant-based liquid iron supplement can be easily absorbed by your body, unlike most pill form iron supplements, and is non-constipating—again, unlike more other iron supplements—so you don’t have to add another issue to your list of things to deal with.

Not convinced?

Floradix is the best-selling, natural liquid iron supplement in North America. So if you’re wanting to take your iron levels into your hands, Floradix is the way to go.

Are you iron deficient?

Tell-tale symptoms include weakness, pale skin, dark undereye circles, brittle hair and nails, shortness of breath, and cold hands and feet. Reclaim your energy with Floradix.

 

Hillary Eaton is a Los Angeles based food and travel writer whose work has appeared in such publications as VICE, Food & Wine, Refinery 29, Complex and Los Angeles Times.

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