Excess Iron Promotes Diabetes and Cancer James Kenney

The human body requires small amounts of iron and low levels of iron can lead to a microcytic anemia, fatigue, and impaired immune function. Iron deficiency anemia is still seen in some children and women of childbearing age. For many years the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has required refined grains to be fortified with iron. In addition many food companies have added iron (and other nutrie...

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