Focus on Iron

According to the Coeliac Society (2009) around a quarter of adults diagnosed with coeliac disease are anaemic due to iron deficiency. 

Iron is an essential part of haemoglobin, which is needed to transport oxygen in the blood around the body.  We have provided a list of the top ten Iron rich foods to use as a helpful guide courtesy of The Healing Ingredient.

Our Recommended Top Ten Iron Rich Foods

  1. Green, leafy vegetables – kale, bok choy, brocolli, choi sum, mustard greens, brussels.
  2. Peas
  3. Seaweeds – Nori, Wakame, Arame, Lombu.
  4. Nettle Tea
  5. Cherry juice concentrate (available at Love in a Cup)
  6. Avocado
  7. Beetroot
  8. Lentils
  9. Lamb
  10. Blackberries and raspberries

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We are pleased to introduce a new supportive product to our range - a high strength Olive Leaf complex. It is rich in antioxidants and Olive Leaf Extract is said to be a good general support for the immune and vascular systems.

Vanilla is a gentle soother for the nervous system. It is made from the pod of an edible orchid - the only know edible orchid in the world.

Cherry juice is said to have anti-inflammatory properties and may therefore be good for supporting fluidity of joints and muscles in the body.