Pros & Cons
What we like ...
- Can help increase energy
- Reduced GI effects such as nausea and constipation
- Ideal for vegans and women who are pregnant
- Many customers noted there was no aftertaste
What needs improvement ...
- Higher dose than many people need
- Might need to take it with food
Thorne Iron Bisglycinate is made with iron that’s been reacted with glycine, which is said to optimize its absorption in your GI tract with the least amount of side effects possible while giving you all of the health benefits. This iron supplement has been designed to work with your body to get your red blood cells functioning at their highest levels. Thorne claims that this gives you more energy and resistance to fatigue that might currently be plaguing you without the supplement.
Being processed in an NSF-certified facility means that they have put in the research and tested the product to make sure it is in compliance with the majority of athletic organizations to ensure that over 200 banned substances are not included that could hurt athletes in the long run.
Iron (as Ferrochel® Ferrous Bisglycinate Chelate)
1 capsule daily (25 mg of iron)
Gluten, dairy, and soy free; NSF Certified for Sport
Hypromellose capsule, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Leucine, Silicon Dioxide
Thorne Iron Bisglycinate claims to give your body iron in an optimal form to reap the benefits while making it easy to absorb. It is also formulated to lessen the belly problems that are often associated with taking an iron supplement.
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