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  1. photo Boost your <b>iron</b> levels with good nutrition and proper supplementationBoost your iron levels with good nutrition and proper supplementationNews
    Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies in the United States and women are among those at greatest risk. Iron is critical for producing hemoglobin, a protein that helpsRead more
  2. photo Tired all the time? <b>Iron</b> <b>deficiency</b> may be to blame, certain nuts and legumes can helpTired all the time? Iron deficiency may be to blame, certain nuts and legumes can helpNews
    Feeling tired all of the time, despite having a good night's sleep, may be a sign of an iron deficiency. In fact, according to Mary Bolster, Editor-in-Chief of Natural Health magazine, fatigueRead more
  3. photo The <b>Iron</b> <b>Deficiency</b> Symptoms You May Not Realize You Have (and How to Treat Them)The Iron Deficiency Symptoms You May Not Realize You Have (and How to Treat Them)Article
    on with life. But sometimes, the reason you feel a certain way isn’t so obvious and easy to treat. When it comes to iron deficiency, the symptoms can easily be mistaken for something else. Do you ever feel tiredRead more
  4. photo Warning symptoms of <b>iron</b> <b>deficiency</b> and what to eat to correct itWarning symptoms of iron deficiency and what to eat to correct itNews
    Iron is an essential mineral which surprisingly many people could be lacking. Learn about iron's core functions, symptoms and causes of its deficiency, as well as what high-iron foodsRead more
  5. photo Women can increase their exercise performance with <b>iron</b>Women can increase their exercise performance with ironNews
    exercise at 100% exertion with a lower heart rate and at a higher efficiency! This increased efficiency was hypothesized to be due to overcoming the slight to moderate iron deficiencies in women that canRead more
  6. photo Low <b>iron</b> in your blood may increase stroke riskLow iron in your blood may increase stroke riskNews
    New research by scientists in the United Kingdom has found that iron deficiency increases your chance of suffering a stroke by making the blood stickier.In a study published in the journal PLOS ONERead more
  7. photo Lactoferrin and AnemiaLactoferrin and AnemiaTreatment
    caused by an iron deficiency which plays an essential role in transporting oxygen throughout the body. If there isn’t enough iron and hemoglobin (an oxygen carrying protein) present, symptomsRead more
  8. photo 14 Signs You Could be Anemic – Do Not Ignore Them14 Signs You Could be Anemic – Do Not Ignore ThemTreatment
    There are definitely visible signs and symptoms that you could have anemia, but they can be subtle. The most common form of the disease is iron-deficient anemia, with a quarter of a millionRead more
  9. photo Breast Cancer and <b>Iron</b>Breast Cancer and IronTreatment
    diet” or “SAD”. Perhaps because of this dietary shift, many Chinese are now being diagnosed with iron overload. In the past, it was much more common for them to have an iron deficiency. The detailsRead more
  10. photo Looking for safe cookware? Try cast <b>iron</b>Looking for safe cookware? Try cast ironNews
    and seasoned. Individuals with anemia or iron deficiencies can also benefit from the iron found in cast iron.According to Wheaton, the best types ofare older pieces found at garage sales and online trading sitesRead more

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Iron deficiency

Disease

Iron deficiency (sideropenia or hypoferremia) is the most common nutritional deficiency in the world. Iron is present in all cells in the human body and has several vital functions, such as: carrying oxygen to the tissues from the lungs as a key component of the hemoglobin protein; acting as a transport medium for electrons within the cells in the form of cytochromes; facilitating oxygen use...More