Combat fatigue with Spatone!

A drop in performance? Finding it hard to keep up with your running training? Don’t let fatigue get in the way of you achieving your sporting goals…

Low iron levels are one of those things that can make you feel more tired and fatigued than usual. This is because the iron within your body is necessary for the production of haemoglobin in your red blood cells, and haemoglobin carries oxygen from your lungs to your muscles. If iron stores are low, normal haemoglobin production slows down, which means the transport of oxygen around the body decreases. This can result in symptoms such as fatigue, dizziness and lowered immunity, making it hard for you to keep up with your training programme.

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For many athletes, diet alone might not be enough to reach adequate iron levels so you may want to include a natural and gentle iron supplement, such as Spatone, as part of your training regime, to help reduce tiredness and fatigue.

Spatone is iron-rich water sourced from the Welsh mountains of Snowdonia National Park. It has been shown to help top up your iron levels, while causing fewer of the unpleasant side effects often experienced with conventional iron supplements. One tasty sachet of Spatone Apple contains your daily absorbed requirements of iron and vitamin C!

Request your free sample of Spatone here!

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