Iron deficiency is a common issue. You need the right amount of iron to support healthy red blood cells and hemoglobin, energy, oxygen delivery, and more. Low levels of iron may contribute to symptoms of fatigue, irritability, or feelings of being cold.†
You can eat iron-rich foods and take iron dietary supplements to support healthy levels.†
There are two types of iron: heme and non-heme iron. Plant-based whole foods contain non-heme iron, and heme iron is found in foods like red meat. Iron absorption is lower for non-heme sources of iron, but may be enhanced with vitamin C.†
If you are at risk of iron deficiency, your healthcare provider may suggest oral iron supplementation. To support healthy iron levels and avoid constipation or gastrointestinal side effects, you need the best iron supplements.†
Explore Seeking Health’s iron supplements below. Get started with Iron Chewable, which contains a chelated form of iron which is gentle on the gut, well-absorbed, and well-tolerated. Optimal Multivitamin with Iron is a comprehensive multivitamin with a potent dose of gentle iron.†
Seeking Health’s iron supplements are gluten-free and non-GMO.
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