If you are a human being living on Earth, you know by now that omega 3 fatty acids are some of the most sought-after supplements on the planet.
Science holds in its treasury chambers a few golden papyruses that have impacted humanity so much that their footprints defined the path we walk today in healthcare.
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Is the best-delivered vitamin C also the best iron supplement companion? Hell, NO!
We want the best we can get for our money. Then why wouldn’t we ask for the most we can get out of our iron supplement?
At some point I found myself searching for the right iron supplement. It wasn’t a matter of finding the “best” product on the market. I didn’t need the best iron on the market, I needed the right iron supplement for myself at that point in time.
It turns out that Popeye the Sailor was designed to gain his strength from spinach because 150 years ago the German chemist Eric von Wolf miscalculated the actual amount of iron in a spinach serving! His miscalculation led to the belief that spinach provided 35mg of iron per serving, an amount unequaled by any other … Continue reading The iron, the spinach, and Popeye the Sailor
You’d think that having one iron deficient child, will be a good lesson to prevent the second child from running into the same nutritional deficiency problem. Yeah, right! It took me several years to figure out how my youngest one became iron deficient despite feeding him right and giving him children’s multivitamins with iron.
Too many mothers think their children suffer from ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). Some decide to medicate their children with amphetamine or other stimulants. As a mother, I lived through the slashing feedback of various experienced teachers. They thought my kids, too, had to be evaluated for ADHD and I felt vulnerable in making my … Continue reading Could ADHD be iron deficiency anemia?