Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Are you anemic? Do you take an iron supplement? My husband and I have been anemic off and on for years, so we have been taking iron supplements. Most iron supplements makes you constipated and it's great to find one that doesn't do that. For this review I received one bottle of Feosol. My husband did the review on this one and it has been so much better on him, instead of the prescribed Ferrous Sulfate. With the prescribed Ferrous Sulfate, it made me constipated and his bowel movements were green or black. With the Feosol he has not had any problem with constipation or a discoloration in his bowel movements. So, I would recommend you do a little research on your iron supplements and I would recommend Feosol!
About FeosolFeosol Complete with Bifera is a patented formula that contains two forms of iron: heme and non-heme. Heme iron is animal-based, like the iron you find in steak. Non-heme iron includes plant-derived iron, like the kind you find in spinach.
Their Gentlest Iron Supplement
The presence of a heme-based iron enhances iron absorption, while their unique combination of iron minimizes side effects such as constipation and nausea – delivering the best of both worlds.
No Food or Vitamin C Necessary
One pill does it all. Take Feosol Complete once daily, with or without food – no vitamin C required since absorption is enhanced when the heme form of iron is present.
Unlike other iron supplements, Feosol Complete with Bifera provides both heme and non-heme in a single, small pill, so you have the flexibility to take it whenever you want.
A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.