Anemia Iron Deficiency
A Common Form of Nutritional Deficiency
Iron is an important mineral that your body needs to function properly and be healthy. Not getting enough could put you at risk for iron deficiency and anemia—a blood disorder caused by a lack of iron. Iron deficiency, or iron deficiency anemia, as it's sometimes called, can affect many parts of your body.
Am I Anemic?
Go Over the Symptoms with Your Doctor
Are you getting enough iron in your diet? Is an iron supplement right for you? Find out the answers to these questions and more by talking with your doctor. Here's a checklist of questions that can help you start the conversation.
Treating Iron Deficiency
Vitron-C® Gives You the Iron You Need
Our bodies don't make iron. We get it from foods we eat. But sometimes diet alone isn't enough to provide the iron our bodies need. If you have increased iron needs, talk to your doctor about Vitron-C®— the iron supplement with vitamin C.
Combine Diet & Vitron-C® for the best results
Eating iron-rich foods is important if you have an iron deficiency. However, diet alone is often not enough. Talk to your doctor about adding Vitron-C®, a high-potency iron supplement with vitamin C that makes doubly sure you're protected.