Ultra Iron

Broad Spectrum Iron Formula With 8 Key Nutrients


Ultra Iron

Broad Spectrum Iron Formula With 8 Key Nutrients


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The Ultimate nutritional supplement to replenish iron stores.

Low iron is the most common nutritional deficiency for those with gluten sensitivity and celiac disease. Iron is essential in forming hemoglobin, the protein that helps red blood cells carry oxygen. A deficiency of iron can cause anemia, and lead to fatigue, brain fog, shortness of breath, depression, exercise intolerance, and chronic pain. This high potency blend of iron is designed for maximal absorption (even for those with GI damage). It contains cofactors that help aid the body in absorption, uptake, and utilization by the cells.


Ultra Iron is not just an iron formula, but a comprehensive anemia formula that delivers all of the essential nutrients for maintaining healthy red blood cells. It delivers iron aspartate, fully ionized, reduced, and fully soluble for 100% bioavailability.


  • B Vitamins – Folate (as folinic acid), B-12 (as hydroxocobalamin), B3 (as inositol hexanicotinate), and B6 (as pyridoxine HCl) – to support the formation of RBC’s
  • Vitamin B-12 (as Hydroxocobalamin) – it is absorbed directly by mucosal membranes in the digestive tract, and does not depend upon digestive competency for absorption.
  • Copper (as ionized cuprous aspartate) – required for proper iron absorption and utilization
  • Vitamin C – provides antioxidant benefits and assists in iron absorption
  • Magnesium – to support the production of RBC’s

Does Not Contain: Gluten, citrus, MSG, soy, yeast, dairy, GMOs, fillers, preservatives, synthetics, or other hidden ingredients. It is 100% plant sourced and safe for vegetarians.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tabsule
Servings per container: 100

Amount Per Serving
%Daily Value

Vitamin C (as 100% l-ascorbate, fully reduced and buffered, corn free)
100 mg
Folate (as calcium folinate)
600 mcg DFE
Niacin (as Inositol Hexanicotinate)
20 mg NE
Vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine HCl)
5 mg
Vitamin B-12 (hydroxocobalamin)
100 mcg
Iron (as ionized ferrous aspartate)
25 mg
Copper (as ionized cuprous aspartate).
1.5 mg
C16 and C18 alkyls†
5 mg
Vegetable fiber(organic croscarmellose)
269 mg

Other Ingredients: None

How to use

Daily Use:

Take 1 capsule daily with food.

Optimal Use:

Take 2 capsules in divided doses with food.

High Stress Use:

As directed by your health professional.*

How to Use:

Iron supplements should always be taken with food.


How long can I take this supplement for anemia?

If you have anemia, you should always consult with your healthcare provider to discern your long term iron needs. It is also best to have your healthcare provider monitor your blood if you are supplementing with iron longer than one month.*

Is this safe for children?

Yes, but remember that supplementation in children should be discussed with your healthcare provider.

Is this safe for a pregnant or nursing mother?

Yes, but pregnant or nursing mothers should always consult with their health professional before supplementing.

The Science

  1. Carmel R, Weiner JM, Johnson CS: Iron deficiency occurs frequently in patients with pernicious anemia.JAMA, 1987; 257: 1081-1083.
  2. Brutsaert TD, Hernandez-Cordero S, Rivera J, Viola T, Hughes G, Haas JD. Iron supplementation improves progressive fatigue resistance during dynamic knee extensor exercise in iron-depleted, nonanemic women.Am J Clin Nutr 2003 Feb;77(2):441-8.
  3. Chen K, Suh J, Carr AC, Morrow JD, Zeind J, Frei B. Vitamin C suppresses oxidative lipid damage in vivo, even in the presence of iron overload. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab, 2000 Dec;279(6):E1406-12.
  4. Gledhill N, Warburton D, Jamnik V: Haemoglobin, blood volume, cardiac function, and aerobic power. Can J Appl Physiol.1999;24(1): 54-65.
  5. Benton D, Donohoe RT: The effects of nutrients on mood. Public Health Nutr 1999; 2(3A): 403-409.
  6. Kortman, G.A.M., Reijnders, D. and Swinkels, D.W. (2017), Oral iron supplementation: Potential implications for the gut microbiome and metabolome in patients with CKD. Hemodialysis International, 21: S28-S36.
  7. Freeman HJ. Iron deficiency anemia in celiac disease. World J Gastroenterol. 2015;21(31):9233-9238.

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