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Black women are 3X more likely to experience Anemia than other groups? 😲

Here are 7 Common Signs of Iron Deficiency

1. Craving non-food items such as paper or ice

A harmful habit also called pica. It usually involves cravings to eat ice, clay, dirt, chalk, or paper, and it may be a sign of iron deficiency. It may also occur during pregnancy.

2. Unusual Fatigue and Exhaustion

This fatigue happens because your body lacks the iron it needs to make a protein called hemoglobin, which helps carry oxygen around your body.

Without enough hemoglobin, less oxygen reaches your tissues and muscles, depriving them of energy.

Your heart also has to work harder to move more oxygen-rich blood around your body, which can make you tired

3. Sore tongue & finding it hard to swallow

Sometimes, the inside or outside of your mouth indicates whether you have iron deficiency anemia. Signs include a swollen, inflamed, pale, or strangely smooth tongue. 

4. Constant headaches & ringing in your head

Although there are many causes of headaches, frequent, recurrent headaches may be a symptom of iron deficiency.

5. Dry and damaged hair and skin

Iron deficiency lowers the hemoglobin level in your blood, which may reduce the amount of oxygen available to cells that cause hair growth.

When skin and hair are deprived of oxygen, they may become dry and weak.

6. Restless Legs Syndrome

Some people with iron deficiency develop restless legs syndrome, a disorder that causes you to have a strong urge to move your legs.

The urge often comes with an unpleasant, crawling sensation in the legs, making it hard to sleep.

7. Shortness of breath

Hemoglobin enables your red blood cells to carry oxygen around your body. When hemoglobin levels are low during iron deficiency, oxygen levels are likewise low.

This means that your muscles won’t receive enough oxygen to do normal activities, such as walking

So what's the solution?

First Your Diet

Start eating iron-rich foods such as lean meat, fish, poultry, molasses, tofu, beans, lentils, spinach, nuts, and fortified cereals.

In addition to an iron-rich diet

These gummies make daily iron intake effortless. You get:

20 mg of Iron with every intakeThat’s the perfect dosage to supplement your diet and prevent low iron levels.

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Gluten Free

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Frequently asked questions

Iron deficiency anemia is a condition in which you lack enough healthy red blood cells to carry adequate oxygen to your body’s tissues.

Without iron, your body can’t produce enough red blood cells, causing your body tissues to receive less oxygen than they need.

A 2007 study indicates that 9-12 percent of non-Hispanic white women in the U.S. have iron deficiency anemia, but that number jumps to nearly 20 percent in Black and Hispanic women.

2 Gummies a day, After or during meals

You get 3.2 mg of Iron with every intake. That’s the perfect dosage to supplement your diet and maintain your iron levels

Our gummies are free of artificial flavors, artificial sweeteners, synthetic colors, dairy, and high fructose corn syrup. They are Halal Certified and Vegan friendly.

Iron is also an essential nutrient for women in their reproductive years.

But as always

Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under 18 or individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.