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Iron Deficient? Reclaim Your Energy with Floradix

July 3, 2018
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Our natural iron supplement has got it going on.

In fact, Floradix (US/CA) is the best-selling natural liquid iron supplement in North America. It helps fight iron deficiency by promoting the formation of healthy red blood cells. Plus, this safe, low-dose supplement is formulated for easy absorption and is gentle on the digestive tract. If that’s not a win-win situation, what is?

Our plant-based pride and joy is here to help everyone from athletes to pregnant women build up their iron levels with a natural mix of carrot, stinging nettles, spinach, fennel, kelp, hibiscus, rosehips, pear, black currant, and much more plant-based goodness so you can rest assured that you’re taking care of yourself in the best way possible.

Don’t think you need an iron supplement in your life?

Unfortunately, iron deficiency knows no boundaries. From women to vegetarians and the elderly, the shortage of this mineral is widespread. All the ladies out there? We’re specifically looking at you. It is estimated that up to 26 percent of reproductive-aged women are iron deficient. Getting your sweat on? Athletes lose large amounts of iron through their sweat. Runners are especially susceptible to iron deficiency because the consistent repetition of striking the ground can lead to the destruction of red blood cells. In one study, 56 percent of distance runners tested—most of whom were men!—were low in iron [1]

So why is iron so important?

It’s responsible for making hemoglobin, a protein in red blood cells that allows them to carry oxygen throughout your body. If your body doesn’t have enough hemoglobin, your tissues and muscles won’t get enough oxygen and be able to work effectively.

When this essential element is low, energy levels decrease drastically.

Other tell-tale symptoms include weakness, pale skin, dark under-eye circles, brittle hair and nails, shortness of breath, and cold hands and feet. Think you may be deficient? Flora has a time-tested formula that may help.

While certain foods like red meat, poultry, dried fruit, and dark leafy greens like kale, can help with low iron, the best way to make sure you’re getting the amount you need is by letting Floradix (US/CA) take care of it for you. With an easy-to-swallow taste that’s completely plant-based and natural, you can say goodbye to the low-iron lag.

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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