Spatone is a natural source of iron that aids in maintaining healthy iron levels and is ideal for the whole family. Once sachet can provide the body’s entire average (absorbed) daily iron requirement. It’s the absorbed iron that matters not just the starting dose. Naturally good for you, the iron in Spatone water is naturally occurring. Clinically shown to be easily and gently absorbed it is suitable for people that experience gastrointestinal side effects from traditional high dose iron supplements.
Your daily liquid iron supplement
100% Natural – not manufactured
Spatone has been clinically tested *
Effective in the maintenance of healthy iron levels during pregnancy
Does not cause constipation
To have a high absorption rate of up to 40% – this means up to 2mg of iron may be absorbed from one sachet of Spatone!
Are all Iron supplements the same?
Definitely not. Traditional iron supplements like ferrous sulphate have low rates of absorption so you need to take high starting doses to restore your iron levels to normal.
Spatone delivers a clinically tested more absorbable form of iron, you can take a lower, safer starting dose yet still effectively maintain your healthy iron levels.
Why does Spatone Iron not constipate?
The answer is simple. Because Spatone is easily absorbed into the body, you only need to take small amounts to your recommended daily intake of iron. Spatone leaves very little unabsorbed iron in the bowel for excretion and therefore minimizes common side effects like constipation. However remember due to its high absorption rates still delivers your iron!
Why do I need iron?
Iron is an essential mineral for carrying oxygen around the body to provide energy and maintaining good health. Low iron is one of the most common mineral deficiencies affecting women in their lifetime. If your nutritional iron intake every day is insufficient it can lead to dietary iron deficiency. Symptoms include:
Brain drain and poor concentration
Decreased endurance and poor toleration to exercise
Dry, brittle hair and nails
Most at risk of iron deficiency:
*McKenna etal. Clinical and laboratory haematology, 2003, 25 99-103. Randomized trial investigation an iron rich natural mineral water as prophylaxis against iron def in preg. Prof Worwood etal. Iron absorption from mineral water in Clinical and Laboratory Haematology, 1996, 18 23-27. G. Halksworth etal. Iron absorption from Spatone for the prevention of iron deficiency in pregnancy in Clinical and Laboratory Haematology, 2003, 25 227-231