Constantly craving an ice cube to chew on may be a sign your blood is at anemic levels. Approximately 25 percent of the world population—almost 2 billion people—are affected by anemia. In about half of these cases, iron deficiency is the root cause. Without sufficient iron, your body can't produce enough hemoglobin, a substance in red blood cells that makes it possible for them to carry oxygen to the body's tissues.
What causes anemia?
What iron-rich foods should you consume?
What decreases and increases iron absorption?
How you should cook your food to increase iron absorption?
How can you reduce stomach distress with iron supplements?
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