Iron deficiency

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Hair falling out or thinning? Feeling tired, weak, dizzy and have frequent headaches & brittle nails? Get your iron levels checked. Iron deficiency is commonly seen in women of child bearing age, pregnant women, those that consume a poor diet, vegetarians who don't replace meat with iron-rich foods, heavy menstrual bleeding, infants & children born prematurely and experiencing a rapid growth spurt..... If you have 1 or more symptoms, an iron supplement can rev up your energy levels, and encourage healthy, fresh blood oxygen delivery to the lungs, spleen,bone marrow, muscles and cells.

What You'll Need

  • Daily iron supplement.

What You'll Do

Tips & Warnings

  • Test your iron levels first and take the supplement as advised by your health care practitioner. Please note: your bowel motion may have a rapid change of either constipation or diarrhoea with possibly a darker colour stool than normal. Don't be alarmed, make sure you have enough fluids throughout the day... Never exceed the stated dose of any supplement.
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