Many people live without enough iron in their system, and do not even know it.
Studies have shown that, amazingly, up to 25% of the world’s population suffers from low iron and that up to 8% of Canadian women have low iron stores.
The trouble is, anemia or being iron deficient, is a serious condition. It can be fixed, however. When you get enough iron, you can help prevent your body from feeling fatigued and weak. You can also prevent suffering from chest pain, and headaches, as well as shortness of breath. In some extreme cases, iron supplementation can help you prevent an enlarged heart and heart failure.
Can you get enough iron from your food? Yes. Iron rich foods include liver, sardines, beef, lamb, and chicken eggs for those who eat animal products. For the vegans and vegetarians, iron can readily be found in lentils, beans, chickpeas, tofu, tempeh, as well as cashews and almonds, among other natural sources. Eating these foods is certainly a perfect way to fill your iron stores. Sometimes you may not be able to balance your diet in a way that gives you enough iron, however. Furthermore, some people find their body does not absorb iron from their food well, either from the effects of surgery, from having a disease that affects their digestive tract, or for some other reason.
In these instances, taking an iron supplement can be the key to good health. Ferosom Forte is easy to take. It's a non constipating iron, and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans, as well as being gluten free with no metallic taste, making it an ideal option for those seeking to raise and maintain proper iron levels.