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As with all medicines and supplements, BlueIron may cause side effects in some people, but it’s unlikely. Blueiron is a new kind of iron supplement that maximises absorption without the unpleasant side effects you may get with other iron products.

It’s encapsulated in a calcium polymer which protects it as it travels through the acidic stomach environment. This polymer starts to dissolve in the more alkaline intestine, targeting release of iron exactly where the body needs it, preventing side effects like cramping and nausea.

Iron supplements are vital for people who suffer from iron deficiency anaemia, which is common in people who are vegetarian or vegan, or in people who have suffered blood loss.


The symptoms of iron deficiency anaemia are tiredness, lack of energy, shortness of breath, heart palpitations and pale skin.


If you are suffering from any of these symptoms, you should inform your GP so they can carry out a blood test to see if your iron levels are low.


You will only need to take iron supplements if your iron levels are low.

If you’ve decided to make the switch to a plant-based diet, you may be lacking the essential nutrients you need, such as iron, which is usually found in red meat products.


You can get sources of iron from your vegan diet if you enforce good preparation and variety - if not, you may benefit from taking an iron supplement to keep your body functioning as it should.


Not all iron supplements are vegan, so make sure to check the label to ensure the product is free from any animal products.

Iron helps to carry oxygen to your red blood cells, which can make it an essential mineral for lots of functions, including hair growth.


Having anaemia, which is often the result of an iron deficiency, is a common cause of hair loss, especially in women.


If your body lacks the correct amount of iron to make enough red blood cells, the oxygen they create will be prioritized by your vital organs rather than your hair follicles.


Without enough oxygen, your hair follicles cease to function properly, and your hair may fall out.