what it does:
haemoglobin production, stress and disease resistance, growth in children.
bodily parts affected:
blood, bones, nails, skin, teeth.
breathing difficulties, brittle nails, iron deficiency anaemia (pale skin, fatigue), headache, depression, poor memory, mental confusion, constipation, lack of stomach acid.
In children: lack of appetite, reduced growth, poor immunity, learning and behavioural difficulties.
coffee, tea, excess phosphorus, zinc (excessive intake), manganese.
molasses, brewer’s yeast, wheat germ, whole grains, kelp (tablets or powder), eggs, fish, organ meats, peas, beans, pulses, parsley, vegetables, muscle meats, poultry, nuts
Health information is not a substitute for good diagnosis,
and a doctor should be consulted when illness is present