Iron

Iron, a trace mineral, supplies energy to every cell in the body. It is a key component of hemoglobin, the blood’s oxygen-carrying pigment. Iron is also found in myoglobin, which supplies oxygen to muscles, and in compounds that keep the immune system strong. This mineral is critical to sharp mental functioning. Even slight deficiencies in iron can shorten attention span and make concentration difficult.

Iron deficiency can occur during periods of rapid growth--infancy, adolescence, and pregnancy--which increase the body’s demand for this mineral. In addition, women who menstruate heavily tend to have lower iron levels. Dieters, some vegetarians, and endurance athletes may also develop iron deficiency due to the unique demands on their bodies.



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