Lucky Iron Fish

Iron Supplement Cooking Tool Case of 8

11 Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Great product

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I have one and now have purchased 2 more for my sister in law and niece. Any one with anima it’s worth a try. Don’t know yet but will report if iron gets better

5

Not a fish story...

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just the plain truth. Have used it for 2 litres of drinking water so far. Tastes good. I think I might like this item very much in the future. My next bloodwork should let me know how well it's working since I have chronic anemia.

5

Healthy

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I think it's a great product. Women can all way use more iron. When we were younger and cooked in cast iron I didn't worry about it. Now I make tea and drinks for myself and daughter in laws and granddaughters.

5

Its working

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At various times over many years, I have been diagnosed with low iron; not low enough for shots but needed to take pills - the latter upsets my stomach so I was happy to discover the Lucky Iron Fish. At my doctor's visit after using the iron fish for 2 months, my iron levels had improved. Will continue using even after level is normal to keep it normal.

5

Hemochromatosis Alert

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My review applies to very few people but can be a life saver. My dad died an agonizing death from hemochromatosis, an inherited condition whereby the body stores iron in major organs. In my father's case, it was his liver. No cure but can be managed by blood-letting regularly. Easily detected by a blood test but is not usually tested for it. Please check to be certain that you don't have this. It was found too late for Dad and his liver literally exploded! Being a regular blood donor, he was kind of controlling it without knowing it. This is most likely a wonderful product for 99.99% of the population but could be a bad thing for 00.01% who have inherited this terrible condition. Ask your Dr. to check for it the next time you have a blood test-it could save your life.

5

Iron Fish

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Use it every week to make sure I get my iron !!

5

Wonderful product!!

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I love the fact that when I purchased one of these, I had also automatically donated one to a family in need of one. I have used it, it's very simply to use, and I can smell the iron, but there's no taste of such or aftertaste. I happen to be iron deficient anemic. But to take any kind of iron supplement leaves me unable function properly; however, my body isn't absorbing enough iron to up my levels. I believe with this awesome product, I will be more able to absorb the iron but without all the nasty iron side effects. Thank you for this product. I can't wait to see my blood-work in 3 months!

5

So simple!

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What an elegant way to replenish iron stores! My greatest challenge is remembering to add a couple drops of lemon juice to the water...

4

Practical, inexpensive solution to iron deficiency

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I have Celiac Disease and that has inhibited my ability to absorb certain nutrients - particularly iron - and that has resulted in necessary iron infusions. I've been taking oral supplements to avoid further infusions and using water that has been fortified with iron by the use of Lucky Iron Fish will, no doubt, be another step toward slowly bringing my iron levels where they need to be. I've been making the lemon-honey tea and it not only tastes very good, I am comforted knowing that the citric acid in the lemon juice helps this little fish work even more effectively.

4

lucky fish

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used it in soup.

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The Lucky Iron Fish Story

Get your daily iron from this little fish.

Iron Intake

Instead of relying on a pill-based iron supplement or an anemia treatment, give Lucky Fish a bath in boiling water to integrate iron into your meal.

This certified B-Corp wants to put iron in everyone’s pot—a response to the fact that nearly 50% of Cambodians suffer from iron deficiency. For every Lucky Fish someone purchases, they donate one to a family in Cambodia. Their goal is to tackle this worldwide issue by replicating their model around the globe. This goes to show the versatility of the design, which adapts to different diets and lifestyles.

A couple of drops of citrus and boiling
water—that’s all you need to transform, tea, rice, or a bowl of soup into a mineral-rich dish. You’ll get up to 75% of your day’s iron intake and boost your energy, brain power, and improve your blood circulation. Read More Read Less