Jun 18, 2013

Feosol Iron Supplements Review/Giveaway


 Has the struggles of everything going on in your life got you feeling tired and drained of all your energy?  If you are like me, then you are.  I am 52 with 3 grand babies living in my home and I don't ever seem to stop.  I thought all of my tiredness was plain old fatigue and a busy life, but after my blood work at the Dr.'s office a few weeks ago, I found out I was very low of iron.

 Iron-deficiency can be mediated by taking the proper amount of iron supplements such as Feosol Complete with Bifera. This product contains Heme and Non Heme Iron which helps the body absorb it easier without those awful side affects iron can sometimes give you.  Heme Iron is animal - based like the iron in steak while Non Heme is plant derived, like the iron found in Spinach.  Feosol combines the 2 so it is easier on the stomach and 1 pill a day is all you will need.  There are 3 different types of Feosol that meets your individual needs.

  The Harris Survey, conducted in March 2013 for Feosol® iron supplements, found that women with unexplained fatigue not only feel less motivated to be physically active (59%), nearly half (47%) believe they’ve gained weight or have difficulty concentrating (42%) because of their fatigue. Another 41% believe their fatigue causes them to be in a bad mood much of the time.
  Definitely, you need to have your physician rule out any other problems but, if you are low of iron then you should give Feosol a try.  Feosol is sold at WalGreens, CVS, KMart, and several more places.  You may also purchase Feosol online and have it delivered to your home.  Feosol Complete is available in a 30 count bottle for around $19.99  
 I received a bottle of Feosol thanks to RLA free of charge and they would like to offer one of my lucky readers a bottle of Feosol for free as well. Just enter my Rafflecopter below and Good Luck!

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*The review of this product is based strictly on my own opinions.
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1 comment:

  1. I used Fesol myself, it is a really good iron supplement!


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