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    Nature's Way Alive! Max3 Daily Adult Multivitamin, Food-Based Blends (1,060mg per serving) and Antioxidants, No Iron Added, 180 Tablets
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    • SERVING SIZE: Adults take 3 tablets daily, preferably with food; Includes one bottle with 180 alive vitamins *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
    • Alive Max Potency (No Iron Added) Multivitamin, 180 tablets contains vitamins and antioxidants for cardiovascular support . Care Instructions: If pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or if you have high blood pressure, consult a healthcare professional before use. Contains phenyl alanine do not exceed recommended use
    • MULTIVITAMIN: Alive! multivitamin for adults (no iron added) contains a diversity of daily essentials, greens, phytonutrients and antioxidants Vitamins A, C, and E
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    NATURELO Whole Food Multivitamin for Women - Iron Free - Natural Vitamins, Minerals, Raw Organic Extracts - Best for Post Menopausal Women Over 40 - Vegan - No GMO - 120 Capsules
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    • Vitamin C from Acerola Cherry (not Synthetic Ascorbic Acid), Vegan D3 from Lichen, B12 as Methylcobalamin, Active B6, Folate (not Folic Acid), B Complex Fermented in Probiotics, K2 MK-7 ★ Minerals: Plant Based Calcium, Magnesium, Selenium, Zinc & Potassium
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Trying a Vegan Challenge? Be Aware Of The Vitamins You'll Miss.

Trying a Vegan Challenge? Be Aware Of The Vitamins You'll Miss. I did, however, start on a new multi-vitamin that had gamy amounts of both B12 and Iron. And you know what? I began to feel better within a few days. My energy levels returned and I no longer felt worn out to my bed mid-afternoon.

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Vegetarian athletes also are at increased imperil for poor iron status. Athletes in weight-dependent sports may qualify their calorie intake, making it harder to get adequate vitamins and minerals from a little amount of food.

The Floch brothers, bariatric surgeons, help patients battle obesity

The Floch brothers, bariatric surgeons, help patients battle obesity The pamphlets suggests that bariatric surgery patients are at risk for deficiency of the following nutrients after surgery: vitamins B12, B1, C, folate, A, D, and K, along with the tinge minerals iron, selenium, zinc, and copper.

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Eat right-wing: If your mom told you to eat your veggies and take your vitamins — she was right. Ashford recommends vitamin E, vitamin C and a multi-vitamin with folate and no iron. He also suggests you talk with your doctor about your B-12 be honest — it

Synbiotic product shown to boost iron uptake for female athletes

​ Strain supplied by DuPont Danisco. The product was originally formulated for women who struggle with regular bowel habits either because of hormonal imbalances or because they are watching their weight and eating little and therefore taking in too little dietary fiber.

DellaValle is an associate professor at Marywood University in Scranton, PA. She is an expert in iron absorption, and has studied ways in which that can be improved, including by gut microbiome modulation. 

She said when she saw the existing research backing the finished Regular Girl synbiotic formulation, she thought it would be a good candidate for her study. She said her results have been vetted in the sense that they were peer reviewed and approved to be presented in poster form in early June at the American Society for Nutrition’s annual meeting in Boston, adding that the paper is being prepared for journal publication.

“I have previously studied iron’s effects on active women’s

I think my pekingese just ate a multivitamin+iron. Should I be worried?

I heard my dog chewing on something in my room and I wasn't able to fish it out of her mouth in time. In the area I saw a few multivitamins and I assume there was a spill that I didn't know about or something. The vitamins contain 18mg iron as well.


She may get a little sick. Leave out plenty of water so she can flush it out of her system.


she should be fine just keep an eye on her .

Looking for an Organic Childrens multivitamin with iron?

Most of them have no iron in them and I would like to give my son at least 2 of the iron ones a week. He does have the other vitamins but we RARELY eat red meat. We eat chicken about once a week and tuna too ..we eat tons of veggies though. I just worried


There are infant/toddler iron drops in the baby aisle, it smells like crap and probably tastes disgusting, but it would give him the iron he needs. You could mix it in juice or something if he doesn't like the taste of it.

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I'm not too sure of this so you should talk to your doctor. They test for anemia, so they know whether or not to give iron as a supplement at your doctor's office. I believe children can get iron poisoning and that's why they are not in the multivi