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An Iron Deficiency is one of the most common known forms of nutritional deficiencies.
The dictionary describes iron as a component of hemoglobin which allows
red blood cells to carry oxygen and carbon dioxide through the body.
As one gets older it is believed that even a slight deficit in iron my slow down thinking and impair the memory, so keep the memory and brainpower going by ensuring you are getting enough iron in your diet.
symptoms can easily go unrecognized. The first signs of developing
anemia could be a loss of appetite, constipation, headaches,
irritability and difficulty in concentrating.
Eating certain foods can help prevent anemia.
Iron absorption can be inhibited by caffeine and tannin, so avoid washing your food down with tea or coffee. Rather drink liquids containing Vitamin C as this promotes iron absorption.
Premenopausal women do often not get
enough of this mineral due to menstruation and can end up anemic and
suffer from the fatigue that goes hand in hand with anemia.
Nails, like every part of our bodies require nutrients. Because our nails are not vital organs, and because our body prioritizes its nutrient distribution, the nails are one of the first areas to suffer from nutritional deficiencies.
Increasing iron intake will not only improve general health but also the condition of our nails.
Worms live in the intestines, stealing nutrients before they can be utilized by the body.
Infestations can cause nutritional imbalances.
There are natural home remedies for worms which can be looked at to try and help get rid of worms acquired by eating contaminated foods.
The belief is that one of the most likely causes for restless legs, especially in women, is an iron deficiency.
There are however, other possible reasons for this and home remedies for restless legs
looks at natural means to try and alleviate the uncomfortable
creepy-crawly-twitchy feelings in the legs associated with this ailment.
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