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How Tired Are You? Don't ignore your symptoms.

By - Saturday, July 06, 2013

Iron Deficiency Anemia can be dangerous.

'Anemia is the most common blood disorder in the United States. Statistics indicate that 3.4 million Americans are anemic, but experts say that this is a gross underestimate and that anemia has been viewed for far too long as an “innocent bystander,” considered almost normal in certain groups, like menstruating women and the elderly.'  from The New York Times.

What are the symptoms?

    Bluish tint to white of the eyes
    Pale face
    Pale nail beds (not healthy pink)
    Compulsion to chew ice or dirt
    Chronic nail biting

What are the causes?

    Over training
    Gluten intolerance (compromises absorption)
    Hypothyroidism, Low stomach hydrochloric acid
    Gut infections associated with heartburn and reflux issues
    Heavy menses, uterine fibroids (in women)

The good news:

This condition is easily identified with a simple blood test and can be corrected with diet and supplementation.  Great rates available now for blood tests and blood analysis.  Call 303-762-8994 today.  

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