Q. How can I get more iron in my diet besides eating lots of red meat?

A. Kelly Siverhus, a dietetic intern at the Frances Stern Nutrition Center, answers: “Adequate iron intake is essential for the transport of oxygen from the lungs to tissues and for biological functions including hormone synthesis and growth and development. Recommended iron intake for males ages 19 and older and females ages 51 and older is […]
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