Symptoms of low iron include:
- Brittle Nails
- Hair Loss
- Feeling Weak
- Constantly Tired
- Shortness of Breath
- Heart Palpitations
- Pale Complexion
- Frequent Nausea
Extreme cases of iron deficiency can be fatal, and are usually treated with blood transfusions.
If left untreated, iron deficiency can make people more susceptible to illness and infection.
How Much Iron Do I Need?
The following chart outlines the Recommended Dietary Allowance (in milligrams) for iron.
Iron requirement also varies based on one's lifestyle (for example, high performing athletes, vegans, and vegetarians require a much higher amount of iron than the amounts outlined here).
Source: Health Canada and USDA.
Lucky Iron Fish releases
iron per use.
Lucky Iron Fish
Safe for the whole family. Exceptions include:
Infants under 7 months.
Individuals with Hemochromatosis
But How Much Iron Is
Eating iron-rich foods can be an effective strategy for helping to keep your iron levels in check. However, it is often difficult to consume the recommended daily amount of iron this way.
Supplementation, such as the Lucky Iron Fish, can help support your iron stores, giving your body the nutrition it needs for peak performance.
A single use of the Lucky Iron Fish releases absorbable iron equivalent to that of a piece of steak or 2 cups of spinach.