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What are the symptoms and causes of iron deficiency and anemia? Here’s what you need to know!
0:00 Iron deficiency and anemia: symptoms and causes
0:14 Anemia symptoms
0:48 Causes of anemia
3:04 Inflammation and low iron
4:29 How to get rid of chronic inflammation
In this video, we’re going to talk about iron deficiency and anemia symptoms and causes.
Let’s start by taking a look at the symptoms of low iron and anemia. Take a look. Low iron symptoms include:
3. Brittle nails
4. Grooved nails
5. Hair loss/hair thinning
9. Ice cravings
10. Restless legs syndrome
Now let’s look at the causes of low iron and anemia. Take a look. Low iron causes include:
1. Excessive menstruation
4. Colon cancer
7. Low stomach acidity
Keep in mind that you would have to consume a tremendous amount of plants to get enough iron in your diet. The best sources of iron are seafood, red meat, poultry, eggs, and even insects.
When you are stick, your body locks up iron, so it isn’t used for the growth of pathogenic microbes.
Chronic inflammation can deprive your whole body of iron. The more chronic inflammation you have, the more anemia you can be.
Unfortunately, taking iron doesn’t fix this situation. Instead, you have to address the root cause of the inflammation. Fasting and vitamin D are the best ways to attack chronic inflammation.
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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped you learn about the symptoms and causes of iron deficiency and anemia. I’ll see you in the next video.
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