Iron Boost

The People's Friend - - Health -

Ac­cord­ing to the World Health Or­gan­i­sa­tion, 80% of us are de­fi­cient in iron, but don’t know the best kind of sup­ple­ments to take.

In ad­di­tion, many peo­ple worry about gas­tric side ef­fects such as nau­sea and con­sti­pa­tion, but de­liv­er­ing iron as an oral spray means the tiny droplets can be ab­sorbed into the blood ves­sels that line the in­side of the mouth, by­pass­ing the stom­ach.

Bet­teryou’s Iron Oral Spray (in baked ap­ple flavour) costs £9.95 from health stores.

Con­sult your GP be­fore tak­ing any iron sup­ple­ment.

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