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There many studies coming out that show that there many people in the U.S. are iron deficient, particularly children. This can lead to iron deficiency anemia, which itself can lead to fatigue and making it harder for your organs to function. A large and common cause is deficiencies in diet, especially in lower-income and under-represented demographical communities. Especially during pregnancy, it is very important to take iron deficiency seriously. WHO estimates that almost all women are somewhat iron-deficient.
Iron is a trace mineral however, which means the body doesn’t need very much at all to carry out its function. If you suspect that you may be iron-deficient, you may want to consider improving your diet and taking supplements, but talk to your doctor before taking any iron supplements. Unlike vitamin C and other water-soluble supplements you could take, iron is fat-soluble, meaning your body will store it in fat and you can have too much.
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