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This mineral not only helps to prevent fatigue but also promotes resistance to disease, aids in growth, and is necessary for the proper metabolization of В vitamins.
The best natural sources of energizing iron that you can include in your diet are pork liver, beef kidneys, heart and liver, farina, raw clams, dried peaches, red meat, egg yolks, oysters, nuts, beans, asparagus, and oatmeal.
As a supplement, the most assimilable form of iron is hydrolyzed protein chelate (organic iron that has been processed for fastest assimilation). This form is non-constipating and easy on sensitive systems. Be aware that ferrous sulfate (inorganic iron), which is included in many vitamin and mineral supplements, can destroy vitamin E unless the two are taken eight hours apart. Supplements with inorganic iron – ferrous gluconate, ferrous fumerate, ferrous citrate, or ferrous peptonate – do not neutralize vitamin E, and are available in doses up to 320 mg., though daily doses over 75 mg. are rarely recommended. Toxicity is rare in healthy adults, but large doses or extended use of non-fortified vitamins can be hazardous for children.
Women are most likely to need iron supplementation – though most good multivitamin or mineral preparations will usually supply adequate amounts. Heavy coffee, tea, and cola consumers should be aware that these beverages can inhibit proper iron absorption.
Caution: Iron supplements should not be taken by anyone with sickle-cell anemia, hemochromatosis, or thalasaemia. Pregnant women should not take iron or iron-fortified vitamin supplements without a doctor’s prescription since iron poisoning has been found in children whose mothers have taken too much during pregnancy.

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