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$5.57 + free s/h w/ code IRONGU50 & s&s ($25+ orders) or w/Prime

for me S&S didn't show up on product page but it did in cart.
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2 of my kids were recommended to take iron supplements when they were toddlers. Generally you only have to do this for a few months - iron is a cumulative mineral, so it takes a lot of time to replenish stores, but then generally you don't have to continue taking it unless you have a condition. My wife was also low iron for a pregnancy, and is low iron in general (flirting with the lower end of the scale, and it's always hairy if they'll let her donate blood because the RC's requirement is 12.5g/dl for women whereas the general lower threshold for normal in lab work is 12).

with kids, it's difficult to get them to eat foods that contain iron - which is mostly going to be meat (especially red meat.... know a lot of toddler steak lovers?) and spinach, etc - these aren't exactly top on toddlers' lists of comfort food. And even for my wife, she goes out of her way to ingest more iron (no supplements, but the usual dietary sources) and is STILL on the borderline.

And btw, most iron supplements are horrid tasting. The usual toddler ones are nasty which is why they have to load them with sugar and flavoring.
Got them last time. Tase absolutely horrid.

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It comes out to $4.87 if you have 5 Subscribe and Save Items.
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These taste horrible
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Quote from stargazdlz :
This seems to be marketed to kids, why not just feed your kids a proper diet and not have to give them this junk?
2 of my kids were recommended to take iron supplements when they were toddlers. Generally you only have to do this for a few months - iron is a cumulative mineral, so it takes a lot of time to replenish stores, but then generally you don't have to continue taking it unless you have a condition. My wife was also low iron for a pregnancy, and is low iron in general (flirting with the lower end of the scale, and it's always hairy if they'll let her donate blood because the RC's requirement is 12.5g/dl for women whereas the general lower threshold for normal in lab work is 12).

with kids, it's difficult to get them to eat foods that contain iron - which is mostly going to be meat (especially red meat.... know a lot of toddler steak lovers?) and spinach, etc - these aren't exactly top on toddlers' lists of comfort food. And even for my wife, she goes out of her way to ingest more iron (no supplements, but the usual dietary sources) and is STILL on the borderline.

And btw, most iron supplements are horrid tasting. The usual toddler ones are nasty which is why they have to load them with sugar and flavoring.
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been looking for a chewable iron supplement. thanks
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Got them last time. Tase absolutely horrid.
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Can one get an iron overload from this?
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These taste horrible
I cant taste anything....
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2 of my kids were recommended to take iron supplements when they were toddlers. Generally you only have to do this for a few months - iron is a cumulative mineral, so it takes a lot of time to replenish stores, but then generally you don't have to continue taking it unless you have a condition. My wife was also low iron for a pregnancy, and is low iron in general (flirting with the lower end of the scale, and it's always hairy if they'll let her donate blood because the RC's requirement is 12.5g/dl for women whereas the general lower threshold for normal in lab work is 12).

with kids, it's difficult to get them to eat foods that contain iron - which is mostly going to be meat (especially red meat.... know a lot of toddler steak lovers?) and spinach, etc - these aren't exactly top on toddlers' lists of comfort food. And even for my wife, she goes out of her way to ingest more iron (no supplements, but the usual dietary sources) and is STILL on the borderline.

And btw, most iron supplements are horrid tasting. The usual toddler ones are nasty which is why they have to load them with sugar and flavoring.
False . There are plenty of toddle vitamins that are not sugar based.
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I cant taste anything....
You got CoVid !!!!
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Damn.. it's not funny but i thought the code was "ironlung"
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Quote from Dr. J :
2 of my kids were recommended to take iron supplements when they were toddlers. Generally you only have to do this for a few months - iron is a cumulative mineral, so it takes a lot of time to replenish stores, but then generally you don't have to continue taking it unless you have a condition. My wife was also low iron for a pregnancy, and is low iron in general (flirting with the lower end of the scale, and it's always hairy if they'll let her donate blood because the RC's requirement is 12.5g/dl for women whereas the general lower threshold for normal in lab work is 12).

with kids, it's difficult to get them to eat foods that contain iron - which is mostly going to be meat (especially red meat.... know a lot of toddler steak lovers?) and spinach, etc - these aren't exactly top on toddlers' lists of comfort food. And even for my wife, she goes out of her way to ingest more iron (no supplements, but the usual dietary sources) and is STILL on the borderline.

And btw, most iron supplements are horrid tasting. The usual toddler ones are nasty which is why they have to load them with sugar and flavoring.

I'll concede on that point, I'm sure it can be very helpful if not necessary in a minority of situations, but I still think that for the majority, a proper diet is really all you need.
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