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This is the most common nutritional deficiency in the world. Although it is an easy problem to fix, it remains unfixed too often.
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Symptoms of Anemia
Symptoms of AnemiaIf you notice one of the signs below, you might want to discuss this with your doctor. The less iron your body stores, the more intense the following symptoms will be:Extreme fatigue and weaknessHair loss and pale skinCold hands and feetChest pain and sometimes fast heartbeat
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Gut Health + Anemia : Why getting iron from supplements is not enough
Once diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia, you will likely get a prescription of over-the-counter iron supplements from your doctor. Along with this, it is crucial to start building your gut health to give your body the tools to extract iron available in food and address the root causes that led to this deficiency in the first place.
Are you pregnant, menstruating or breastfeeding? Time to keep anemia in mind.
Girls and women between the ages of 14 and 50 years need more iron than boys and men of the same age. Women are at higher risk for iron-deficiency anemia during heavy periods, pregnancy, and breastfeeding. Pregnant women need more iron to support the growth of their unborn babies, so their bodies produce more blood.
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