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Sunday, July 21, 2013

Feosol Iron Supplements Review and Giveaway


It’s time for the final day of our

Celebrate Summer Week of Giveaways.
But don’t worry if you missed the first 4 Giveaways because you still have time to enter everyone of them.  Keep reading to find out more. But first I want to tell you about today’s giveaway from Feosol.

Feosol is a brand of iron supplem,ents that offers you a choice between three forms of iron:

  • Feosol Complete (Bifera HIP and PIC Iron)
  • Feosol Original (Ferrous Sulfate)
  • Feosol Natural Release (Carbonyl Iron)

Why did I agree to review Feosol Complete?
The last several years, I have been dealing with a lot of fatigue.  I went from working in the yard 8 to 10 hours a day and still cooking dinner, to hardly being able to get a few indoor chores and dinner completed.  It’s so frustrating.  I’ve been told well you’re starting to get older.  Well, don’t you think I know that?  Does that mean that it’s all over?  I don’t think so.  I mean you just don’t know me I was always a doer and on the go.

Take a look at the Fatigue Fallout Chart above. How many of the symptoms do you recognize?  I have my hand held up for almost everything on there.  I keep thinking if my mother was here she would have me eating liver. Eww, not my favorite way to get iron.  You will never hear me order it in a restaurant.  Thanks to Feosol there is a easier way to get iron.


What do I think:
I’ve been making a few changes lately. I'm trying to eat a healthier breakfast as you can see in photo at the top.  A good old Southern breakfast with grits, toast, yogurt, coffee and O.J. on the porch. Plus I've been making sure to take Feosol Complete this month.  I’ve also switched from drinking soda to drinking apple-cinnamon water.  Not that I stopped soda completely but I was amazed at how much I'm preferring the flavored water now.  I really have been feeling better.  There’s less fatigue and I can make it through a day without a nap. Can I get an Amen on that?

What about you?
Do you think supplements could improve the way you feel.  Because Feosol knows that I like to share what I review with all of you, they’ve generously offer a bottle to one Cotton Pickin Cute winner.  
To enter: just follow the easy Rafflecopter instructions below.
Click HERE to read about Celebrate Summer Week of Giveaways and enter them all. 
Good Luck Y’all!!!

OX's...Tracy
Disclosure:  I received a box of Feosol Iron Supplements to facilitate this review.  All opinions expressed are 100% mine.

16 comments:

  1. Great review Tracy & great pictures shared of #Feosol #Iron #Supplements. I did suffer from extreme fatigue which started 13 years ago which put me then at age 40. And the year before that I had no energy at all. All I wanted to do was sleep night & day. I saw my Dr and soon found out that my thyroid levels were Underactive which meant my thyroid gland wasn’t producing enough thyroid hormone for my body’s needs.So my body was slowing down on my metabolism, and lead to symptoms such as extreme tiredness and weight gain. So he started me on thyroid meds. And I have been on them ever since but I could not get out of bed without them, let me assure you of that. There's a difference between overactive & underactive thyroid. And most people get the underactive thyroid issues when you hit or pass 40 yrs of age. I'm now getting even older so no spring chicken, but glad to know about my thyroid and able to take the medicine synthroid to make me be able to get up & go. I also am open to any natural supplements that aid in that each day along with healthy foods so this is a product I would indeed try. thanks for a great post about the products results for you. I would try this for myself. :)

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  2. Only recently when I cut out caffeine and sugar from my diet. I havent found a solution yet.

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  3. I am always tired, everything is an effort. Drives me nuts. I'm trying to get back in the habit of eating better and taking my supplements...something I stopped when we separated. Haven't figured it all out yet.
    *hugs*deb

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  4. I have ms so fatigue is a constant battle. I try to get in 8 hours of rest at night, drink plenty of water and take my vitamins

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  5. I do have trouble with fatigue. I try to go to bed early to insure I get a good night's sleep.

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  6. Yes, I have suffered from fatigue for years. I take multiple vitamins and they help a little but do not get rid of the fatigue.

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  7. yes, i suffer from fatigue. theres not alot i do about it :(

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  8. Yes.........fatigue. I use a prescription iron supplement as well as a prescription vitamin D supplement. Would love to try this product to see the difference in the side effects.

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  9. I do have low iron and trouble with fatigue and I take an iron supplement to help.

    longshaw4735@hotmail.com

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  10. I do have problems with fatigue. I have problems with iron deficiency on and off. I do find that if I strictly limit sugar and refined grains, that does help, too.

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  11. yes, I am always tired-Dorothy Deakyne

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  12. Thank you for sharing valuable information.HealthAid vitamin A B C D E, multivitamins, minerals and herbal supplements,tablets, Iron Tablets capsules, effervescent, liquid, cream and drops for health aid nutritional support.

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  13. Iron supplement (this one or another one) + a selenium supplement... oh man, thats the true way to a healthy body.

    Thanks for the info, Tracy!

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