Growing up I was anemic. There was even a point in time where I would have my blood tested regularly to monitor my iron levels. I tried taking supplements but they just made my stomach upset. So I was left with trying to make healthier food choices. It’s tough to get iron into your diet when you are running at a deficiency. Lucky Iron Fish, is one way you can increase the iron in your diet.
The Lucky Iron Fish is fairly simple to use. Before each use, wash your fish with some soap and water. This helps to make sure the fish is clean and there’s nothing lurking on your fish. Next, take a 2-3 drops of citrus, water and your Lucky Iron Fish, boil for 10 minutes. Remove your fish and add in vegetables, noodles, rice or whatever else you may want to cook. Your water is now iron fortified and that will transfer to the food you are cooking in it.
Here are a few signs you may be iron deficient –
Shortness of Breath
Brittle nails and hair
If you suspect you are iron deficient, check in with your doctor. A simple blood test can confirm your suspicions. While you are there you can check with them to see if Lucky Iron Fish is right for you.
I feel this is a simple way to help get more iron into my diet. It’s easy to use and I see it coming in handy this winter when we are making lots of soups and stews.
For every Lucky Iron Fish purchased a portion of the proceeds goes towards purchasing a Lucky Iron Fish for a family in need. Not only are you helping keep your family healthy you are also helping keep another family healthy too!
You can purchase your own Lucky Iron Fish online. There are also many recipes to help you start using your Lucky Iron Fish.
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Legal Disclaimer: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Carefully read all product documentation and ask your healthcare provider if this product is right for you. If you suspect that you may have a medical problem promptly contact your regular health care provider. Iron taken in excess can be harmful to both adults and children.
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