Studies have shown that as many as one in four women of childbearing age may have iron deficiency. Children who eat little and growing adolescents with poor dietary habits are also at risk. Pregnant and breastfeeding women are also prone to iron deficiency. Those who eat little or are on a low-calorie diet are also prone to iron deficiency. For these groups, amino iron has clear advantages compared to other traditional supplements, since absorption is so high without negative stomach effects.
Who is aminoJern suitable for?
- Women of childbearing age
- Pregnant and breastfeeding women
- People who have problems with iron absorption due to pH in the stomach/intestine
- People who have problems with other iron supplements with regard to loose/hard stomach or other stomach-related problems
- People who do not achieve the desired effect with traditional iron supplements
- People who want to avoid animal products
- Blood donors
- People who slim down
- Growing children
Symptoms of iron deficiency
Symptoms of iron deficiency can include tiredness, dizziness, nausea, weakness and pale skin. Before taking an iron supplement, it may be wise to ask your doctor to measure your iron stores or serum ferritin level as it is known in the trade. This will give you a definite answer as to whether you need extra iron supplements.