How to boost Immunity?
Diet is so important when trying to maintain a healthy strong immune system, focus on foods rich in vitamin C and antioxidants. Try colourful fruits and vegetables including oranges, berries, carrots and spinach. See our blogs for some delicious and nutritious recipes that can be created using iron-rich foods.
Make sure you get some form of exercise daily, and that you are getting a good 8 hours of sleep a day.
Supplements can help to give your body a little boost if you feel yourself flagging, but always look for the most natural supplements with fewer ‘nasties’. Learn more about Spatone®
Not everyone needs to take an iron supplement however low iron levels are common, and not all people are aware their diet may be deficient in iron.
A healthy adult body contains 4-5mg of iron and uses/loses about 1-2mg per day, so it constantly needs topping up.
The role of iron in our bodies is a complex one. Iron is an essential element for blood production and supports many other bodily functions.
Most of your body's iron is in the haemoglobin of your red blood cells, which carry oxygen to your body.
A balanced diet is one of the main keys to staying healthy and getting your daily allowance of iron.
‘Immunity’ is your body's ability to recognise germs to prevent them from causing illness. The immune system's job is to help identify and eliminate germs that enter the body before they can cause disease or damage.
Yes, Iron contributes to the normal function of the immune system.
If you are on any medication or have a pre-existing condition, you should consult your doctor or pharmacist before taking any food supplements.
Many multivitamins contain iron, so you should check the labeling before using the product.
As iron is a difficult mineral for the human body to absorb, iron supplements normally contain more iron than you need. The excess unabsorbed iron can irritate your stomach and cause constipation.