Learn the difference between iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia, what causes both, and how to treat them with a high-quality iron supplement.
While some foods are packed with iron, others can block iron absorption—leading to iron deficiency anemia. Here are the foods and vitamins to watch out for.
Think you might have an iron deficiency? Here’s everything you need to know about getting your iron levels checked, the many types of iron tests, and how to have a more informed conversation with your doctor.
56% of runners suffer from an iron deficiency. Here’s how every runner can spot the symptoms, take action, and prevent low iron and anemia for the long run.
Over a third of people with Crohn’s disease suffer from iron deficiency anemia. We’re breaking down why — plus the best iron supplement for Crohn’s.
Does your iron supplement come in liposomal form? If not, it should. Here’s everything you need to know about the benefits of liposomal iron.
From low iron to highly acidic fruits, there are several reasons why canker sores might make an appearance. Here are the main causes to watch out for — and the prevention techniques to keep your mouth ulcer-free.
After a global pandemic, we’re guessing staying healthy is pretty high on your priority list. Here are the best supplements and vitamins to boost your immune system and avoid sickness — even during flu season.
Almost 25% of women struggle with a heavy flow. With all that blood loss, it’s no wonder that women are 18% more likely to develop an iron deficiency. If you suffer from HUB, here’s how to keep your iron levels in check.
Here’s everything you need to know about iron supplements and gastro-intestinal side effects. Plus, what supplements to choose to avoid those pesky side effects altogether.
Pregnancy is best summed up in two words: “wonderful” and “challenging!” If you’re dealing with an iron deficiency during pregnancy, you’ll know that it doesn’t make the months any more wonderful. But more challenging? Without a doubt.
Ferosom Canada answers the top FAQ's on Iron Deficiency & Menstruation. Are you losing too much blood during your period? Do Iron pills make your period lighter?
Everyone needs to get the right amount of iron, and especially those who have gone through major surgery. According to the University of Rochester Medical Center, anemia (low iron) is a condition that can often result after bariatric surgery.
Being pregnant can be both a wonderful and a difficult time. While your belly is rising up and your breasts are growing a mind of their own, the last thing you need is to be worrying about your iron levels.
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.