Iron-Infused Cooking Fish

Trust us, this little guy packs nutritional punch.

$25.00

Not Your Mother's Boiled Fish

What better way to improve your health than with your very own fish-shaped pal? Trust us, this little guy packs nutritional punch, infusing your grub with up to seven additional milligrams of iron. (That's more than a third of what you need each day to keep you feeling up to snuff.) Just drop him into a one-liter pot of liquid with a bit of citrus added, boil for ten minutes, and pull him back out. Add your ingredients, cook, and presto! You've got a tasty, iron-rich meal on your hands. Safe, simple, and great for those of us who don't otherwise get enough iron, the Iron-Infused Cooking Fish is designed to last up to a year—and for each fish sold, the makers donate another to a family in need. Made in Ontario, Canada.

Click here for recipes to pair with your Iron-Infused Cooking Fish.

Made from
cast iron
Measurements
3.25" L x 2" W
Care
Wash your Iron Infused Cooking Fish with soap, water and a soft cloth. Dry thoroughly and store in a dry place.
Notes
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Carefully read all product documentation, and ask your healthcare provider if this product is right for you. If you suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your regular health care provider. Iron taken in excess can be harmful to both adults and children.
Item ID
46985

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Please note: This item is not available to ship outside of the U.S.

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5.0

This really works... better than prescription iron.

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from Formerly of Alaska

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Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Compact
  • Convenient
  • Easy To Use
  • Medically necessary

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home-cooking

    Comments about UncommonGoods Iron-Infused Cooking Fish:

    Follow the directions. The dish has to have a bit of acid, lemon juice being the most common to use. This gets you ferrous iron which is what the body wants rather than ferric iron which is useless to the body. However, if you have a condition of too much iron or "high blood" (polycythemia vera), avoid like the plague. (This may include many post-menopausal women so talk to your doctor!)

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