Iron Absorption on a Vegan Diet – Part I

There are many who believe that plants lack iron and therefore vegans are likely to become anemic. While it is true that anemia seems to be more common in the vegan population, it is not for a lack of iron in plants. Actually, the opposite is true… In the video below I explain how it all works.

The key to remember is balance. Don’t eat excessive amounts of dandelion greens or megadose on vitamin C. If you eat a balanced plant based diet, you are certain to meet all of your nutritional needs.

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5 Responses to Iron Absorption on a Vegan Diet – Part I

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  2. owenfox says:

    thank u Tim. i appreciate your effort to help others from love and care.

    love and light

    Owenfox
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    <3

  3. Love this post. Very thorough explanation, as usual, Tim. Thanks for the work you do!

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