Iron Deficiency

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5 Signs of Hidden Health Problems

…sign of an iron, zinc, or B-complex vitamin deficiency. Increase your intake of zinc and B vitamins by taking a high-quality, high-potency daily multivitamin and mineral supplement. Caution: Do not take supplemental iron before obtaining a blood test to determine iron levels. Excessive iron levels…

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Benefits of Milk: Fact or Fiction?

Everyone knows all about the benefits of milk. It’s good for your teeth, it’s essential for strong bones, and everyone should drink three cups a day in order to maintain good health. Well, guess what? All these claims are bogus. The Truth About Milk First off, cows’ milk is a…

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Treating Restless Leg Syndrome

…go, supplemental iron has been shown to reduce symptoms in people who are iron deficient. Since mild iron deficiency is common (especially in premenopausal women), I suggest you start with 28 mg of iron per day. If that doesn’t help after three or four weeks, get your iron levels tested before…

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ADHD Treatments That Really Work

…carbohydrates may lead to reactive hypoglycemia, which often causes irritability and concentration difficulties. Nutritional deficiencies (specifically iron, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids) are linked with ADHD-like behaviors. Gluten and other food and environmental allergies and sensitivities,…

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