Monday, April 29, 2013

pur-Absorb Review! #sponsored


I have always had issues with my Iron levels. Before I was pregnant with each child, during pregnancy, and especially after each one of my babies were born. I have been taking some form or iron supplement for the past six years. When I had a chance to try out and review pur-Absorb, I jumped at the chance! I drink lots of water everyday, so I just mixed one packet of purAbsorb into my water bottle everyday after breakfast! When my iron is low, I feel really awful and tired. I can't take care of myself, my three children, and our home when I feel bad. One packet of pur-Absorb a day will fulfill the daily absorbed iron needs for Women with low iron levels.

Where does pur-Absorb come from?
pur-Absorb Iron is a naturally occurring iron rich spring water which is collected and packed straight from the iron rich waters of the Trefriw Wells Spa located in the heart of Snowdonia, North Wales, United Kingdom. It is collected, filtered for bacteria, and then filled into convenient, easy-to-open packets.

At no stage is anything added to the water to effect its natural composition. This means you don’t have to worry about other ingredients causing adverse reactions or complications. For two hundred years the iron-rich waters of Trefriw Wells Spa Wales have been bottled and used by people around the world as a natural iron supplement.

Today the water from Trefriw Wells is known as pur-Absorb Iron and is used daily by millions to help maintain healthy iron levels. For more information, check out the pur-Absorb website and T.V. Commercial!

Purchase pur-Absorb today at your local Walgreens, CVS, Whole Foods, and more! You can also purchase it directly on the website!

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Disclosure: I received a 30 day sample box of purAbsorb from NaturallySavvy.com. The above opinions are mine and mine alone. The information about where purAbsorb comes from is from the website. No other compensation was exchanged or received.

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