Iron is a mineral that is found in minimal amounts in our organism. However, without it we would have a lethal result. The reason for this is that iron is one of the most important factors for tissue breathing as it regulates O2 transport to the cells and it's fundamental for hemoglobin synthesis, which can affect the number of red blood cells (erythrocytes) or even act as a chelant agent. Iron deficiency has become a more common fact than it should have, provoking fatigue, muscle pain, breathing problems, anaemia, etc.

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