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Clinicians Iron Boost 30vcaps

Original price $13.99 - Original price $13.99
Original price $13.99
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Current price $14.00

Clinicians Iron Boost provides 24mg of elemental iron with vitamin C, B12, and B9 cofactors per vegetarian capsule.

  • Gentle of the stomach and bowels.
  • Vegetarian and vegan-friendly.
  • Free of artificial flavours, sweeteners, colours, and preservatives.

Carbonyl iron used in this product is absorbed better than other forms of iron due to its small size. So it doesn't cause digestive discomfort and irritation like some forms of iron. Iron Boost also provides good levels of vitamin B12 and folic acid to support healthy energy levels.

Clinicians Iron Boost supports:

  • Healthy energy levels.
  • Those with an iron, B12, or folic acid deficiency (including those following a vegan or vegetarian diet or those with digestive issues).

Each vegetable capsule contains:

Carbonyl Iron (elemental iron 24mg) 24 mg
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 50 mg
Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin) 50 mcg
Folic Acid 300 mcg
Other Ingredients: Magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, and silicon dioxide.

Contains No Added: Artificial colours, sweeteners, flavours, or preservatives.


Adults and Children over 4 years: 1 Capsule daily with food.

For younger children: mix capsule contents with orange juice.

Note: Iron levels should always be tested before commencing iron supplementation.

Caution: Taking above the tolerable upper intake level (40-45mg per day) is not advised in people who are not iron deficient. In people with known iron deficiency, the direction should come from a healthcare professional and be monitored with laboratory assessment of iron status. Long-term supplementation with high levels of iron can cause haemosiderosis and multiple organ damage. While the estimated lethal level is 180-300mg/kg of body weight, acute levels as low as 60mg/kg have resulted in death. Individuals with haemochromatosis should avoid taking iron supplements unless advised by their health care practitioner. Taking high levels of iron can, in some individuals, lead to gastrointestinal side effects which may include abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. Supplementing with food can help reduce possible side effects. May interact with Thyroid medications, take at least 2 hours apart. Take 2 hours apart from Biphosphates, Levodopa, Methyldopa, Penicillamine, Quinolone & Tetracycline, and antibiotics. Take 4 hours apart from Cholestyramine. Avoid if taking Allopurinol.

Pregnancy and Breastfeeding: Clinicians Iron Boost is considered suitable and well-tolerated during these times. Dosing above the recommended one capsule daily should be done under health professional supervision.