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6 Misunderstandings In Supplement Body With Iron

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Some people believe in the rumor that meat can harm the body with its toxic products and focus on eating vegetarian products, which leads to iron deficiency.

1.     Eating much of meat is not good for the body

Some people believe in the rumor that meat contains harmful matters that can ruin health and focus on having vegetarian products, which leads to iron deficiency.

Animal products are not only rich in iron, but also able to be highly absorbed.

Animal products are not only rich in iron, but also able to be highly absorbed.

In fact, animal products are not only rich in iron, but also able to be highly absorbed (about 25%). Meanwhile, the iron in vegetarian products is affected by Phytic Acid and oxalate, which makes it have low chance of being absorbed (3%). Therefore, avoid eating meat can lead to anemia resulted from iron deficiency. Daily diets must equally focus on both vegetable and meat.

2.     Egg and milk are good for people having anemia

Milk and egg yolk can’t meet the body need of iron.

Milk and egg yolk can’t meet the body need of iron.

Cow milk is nutritious but has low content of iron and low chance of absorption (about 10%). For example, children who are raised with cow milk and have their mothers underestimate providing them with other foods will have anemia caused by iron deficiency.

Egg yolk is a good source of iron as it has quite an amount of iron; however, its chance of absorption is only 3%. Therefore, it’s not suitable to be an iron supplement.  Some protein in chicken eggs will inhibit the iron absorption of the body. For that reason, milk and egg yolk can’t meet the body need of iron. Nevertheless, animal liver which both contains lots of iron and has high chance of absorption (over 30%) is very suitable to be an iron supplement for the body.

3.     Fresh vegetables and fruits are useless in providing iron

There’re many people not knowing that eating much of fresh vegetables and fruits is very good for providing iron for the body. That’s because in fresh fruits and vegetables, there’re lots of vitamin C, citric acid and malic acid. Those organic acids can combine to iron and become compounds which increase iron dilution in the intestine and are good for iron absorptions.

4.     It’s harmless drinking much of coffee and tea

Drinking too much coffee and tea can lead to anemia resulted in lacking iron.

Drinking too much coffee and tea can lead to anemia resulted in lacking iron.

To women, drinking too much coffee and tea can lead to anemia resulted in lacking iron. That’s because acidum tannicum in tea and polyphenol substances in coffee can combine to iron and produce insoluble salt preventing iron absorption. Therefore, women should drink tea and coffee with a medium amount, 1-2 cups a day must be enough.

5.     The right to stop taking iron pills when anemia is improved

Anemia patients who are directed by doctors to have iron pills often stop taking the pills when the situation gets better, which is a big mistake. The doing can bring the anemia back.

The right method is taking the pills continuously 6-8 weeks after the anemia is improved to have the iron accumulated in the body.

6.     Red sugar is good for blood

The fact is that red sugar can have impurities resulted from unclean processing.

The fact is that red sugar can have impurities resulted from unclean processing.

Traditionally, red sugar is famous for the good effects on blood; it’s widely used by women who are in period or postnatal time. However, specialists show that red sugar doesn’t have the magical effects as it’s believed to have.

Red sugar doesn’t have good effects on blood, the abilities to stimulate contractions and prevent blood accumulation happening after deliveries. The fact is that red sugar can have impurities resulted from unclean processing.

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