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A healthy diet is the key to getting the iron you need

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February 12, 2015

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Cassandra Nuamah
February 27, 2015

Yes, you can donate blood if your iron is high. Iron is very important because it helps your body to make haemoglobin and you give away a lot of iron when you donate blood.

Bill
February 13, 2015

What is the difference between “soybeans cooked 9mg” and “soybeans cooked 5 mg”?

craig
February 12, 2015

What if your iron is high for a male and i cant give blood

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