Low iron is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies. It can lead to fatigue, weakness and difficulty concentrating. Keeping iron levels up is important for everyone, especially pregnant and menstruating women and infants.

  • Endurance


  • Energy


  • Immunity


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Benefits of Iron

An important component of haemoglobin, iron plays a major part in transporting oxygen from your lungs and throughout your body. It’s also involved in creating energy from nutrients and transmitting impulses around your nervous system.


Concentration, energy and brain function

Protects Against:

Fatigue and anemia

Tastes of:

Wild strawberry

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Here at Nourished, we’re passionate about the science behind each stack. Here are just a couple of the scientific studies supporting our work;

Research & studies

Iron deficiency: a concise review
Division of Hematology/Oncology, Winship Cancer Institute, Emory University, Atlanta

Effect of iron intake on iron status: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials - 2012
University of East Anglia

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