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Why Do Women Need More Iron Than Men

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The tale begins on a "cold, bleak, biting" Christmas Eve exactly seven years after the death of Ebenezer Scrooge's business partner Jacob Marley. Scrooge is established within the first stave as "a squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous, old sinner!" who has no place in his life for kindness, compassion, charity or benevolence. He hates Christmas, calling it "humbug," refuses his nephew Fred's dinner invitation, and rudely turns away two gentlemen who seek a donation from him to provide a Christmas dinner for the Poor. His only "Christmas gift" is allowing his overworked, underpaid clerk Bob Cratchit Christmas Day off with pay - which he does only to keep with social custom, Scrooge considering it "a poor excuse for picking a man’s pocket every twenty-fifth of December!"

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eeping the body strong and energetic.

Other important functions of iron include relieving fatigue, reducing stress and promoting resistance to diseases. Since iron is also responsible for proper growth of the body and muscles, it is therefore especially important for children and teenagers. Besides, iron is needed if the body is to properly utilize B vitamins. People with iron deficiency may suffer from anaemia, pallor, extreme fatigue, shortness of breath, headaches and brittle nails.

Why women the Hearth"chirps".

The tale begins on a "cold, bleak, biting" Christmas Eve exactly seven years after the death of Ebenezer Scrooge's business partner Jacob Marley. Scrooge is established within the first stave as "a squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous, old sinner!" who has no place in his life for kindness, compassion, charity or benevolence. He hates Christmas, calling it "humbug," refuses his nephew Fred's dinner invitation, and rudely turns away two gentlemen who seek a donation from him to provide a Christmas dinner for the Poor. His only "Christmas gift" is allowing his overworked, underpaid clerk Bob Cratchit Christmas Day off with pay - which he does only to keep with social custom, Scrooge considering it "a poor excuse for picking a man’s pocket every twenty-fifth of December!"

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1000 mg will be more easily met and iron deficiency can be avoided.

Natural sources of iron

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The tale begins on a "cold, bleak, biting" Christmas Eve exactly seven years after the death of Ebenezer Scrooge's business partner Jacob Marley. Scrooge is established within the first stave as "a squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous, old sinner!" who has no place in his life for kindness, compassion, charity or benevolence. He hates Christmas, calling it "humbug," refuses his nephew Fred's dinner invitation, and rudely turns away two gentlemen who seek a donation from him to provide a Christmas dinner for the Poor. His only "Christmas gift" is allowing his overworked, underpaid clerk Bob Cratchit Christmas Day off with pay - which he does only to keep with social custom, Scrooge considering it "a poor excuse for picking a man’s pocket every twenty-fifth of December!"

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  • Herbs: Women can get iron from a variety of herbs too. Some good choices are alfalfa, aloe vera, burdock, dandelion, garlic, ginger, kelp, parsley, peppermint, red raspberry and rosemary.
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    The tale begins on a "cold, bleak, biting" Christmas Eve exactly seven years after the death of Ebenezer Scrooge's business partner Jacob Marley. Scrooge is established within the first stave as "a squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous, old sinner!" who has no place in his life for kindness, compassion, charity or benevolence. He hates Christmas, calling it "humbug," refuses his nephew Fred's dinner invitation, and rudely turns away two gentlemen who seek a donation from him to provide a Christmas dinner for the Poor. His only "Christmas gift" is allowing his overworked, underpaid clerk Bob Cratchit Christmas Day off with pay - which he does only to keep with social custom, Scrooge considering it "a poor excuse for picking a man’s pocket every twenty-fifth of December!"

    Returning home that evening, Scrooge is visited b

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Comments (10)

Excellent and important information here Pearl - thanks.

I've had to take supplements in the past - great info!

Nice article on iron.

This is a really well researched article and I love that you mention that other vits are required to aid iron absorption! I am currently borderline aenemic and have been told to increase my iron - raisins were mentioned too but I just don't like them. Was also told about liver but really, the texture is so awful I cannot bring myself to eat it. I'll increase my grains and seeds and see how it goes. Thanks for this invaluable information :D

@Norma: glad you find the article useful! As your aenemia is only borderline, you can easily reverse it by adjusting your diet and maintaining a positive mindset - think health rather than illness! If you dislike raisins and liver, you can go for steak,egg yolk, spinach and prunes. they're among the best of iron food sources. Enjoy the food in peace and gratitude and you'll be well! :D

Thank you for giving of your time to research this so well. Wonderful presentation too. Promoted since I am out of votes

Quite informative and useful article.

well researched and informative.thanks

Returning with a well deserved vote up.

Great discussion here, Pearl... as always :)

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