Foods High In Iron
Iron is an extremely important mineral in the body. Unfortunately, many of us do not get enough iron in our diets. Below, I have provided a number of resources to help you get all the iron you need in your diet.
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More Iron Resources
Do you want to know more about iron and iron deficiency? Have a look at the articles below, and remember, new content is added monthly!
There are two types of iron in our diet: haem iron and non-haem iron. In short, haem iron is well absorbed, while non-haem iron is not so well absorbed. Learn how to maximise the absorption of non-haem iron.
Iron is a very unique nutrient. In this post I provide the current recommended daily intakes of iron for each age, gender and vegan/vegetarian status, and offer an explanation for the higher requirements in women and vegans/vegetarians.
If you read about iron long enough, eventually you will stumble across two terms: haem iron and non-haem iron. In this post, I explain what the differences are between these two forms of iron, and why it is so important to distinguish between the two.