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What Depletes Iron in Your Body?

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Causes of iron deficiency in adults include inadequate dietary intake, chronic blood loss (through menstruation or other causes), times of increased need such as pregnancy, inability to absorb or properly use iron and vigorous exercise. Iron deficiency can lead to anaemia. Treatment includes dietary changes and iron supplements.
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