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1. is iron contained in meat?
Iron content varies greatly within foods. Animal products contain more iron than plant foods. However, meat is also differentiated between red meat and white meat. Red meat includes veal, pork, lamb, beef and mutton. White meat, on the other hand, consists of chicken meat, turkey meat, goose meat, duck meat and rabbit meat. Red meat contains significantly larger amounts than white meat. HEM iron is found in animal foods. It can be better absorbed by the body and contains more iron than fruits and vegetables.
A rule of thumb for orientation: Natural color of iron (red) = red meat.
2. how can I increase my iron level?
Once it has been determined by the doctor that the iron level is too low, one should increase the iron level by changing the diet or taking supplements. It is important to have another test at the doctor's after the change to detect possible changes in the iron level early on.
3 What is the daily requirement of iron?
The German Nutrition Society (DGE) recommends a daily iron intake of 10 to 15 mg for an adult. Children should consume about 10 mg of iron per day. Pregnant and breastfeeding women are recommended higher intakes because they have to take care of the unborn child. They should take in about 20 to 30 mg of iron a day. A visit to the doctor can determine if one is suffering from an iron deficiency. Once it has been determined by the medical professional that one is suffering from an iron deficiency, one should increase iron levels by changing one's diet or taking supplements. When supplementing iron, one can choose between iron capsules and iron tablets. It is important to have another test with a doctor after the change. The iron values should be compared regularly.
4. dietary supplements containing iron
If you want to increase an iron level that is too low with a dietary supplement, you should definitely pay attention to the form of the active ingredient and its origin. Iron bisglycinate is particularly suitable for increasing iron levels. It is very well tolerated and is utilized by the body to a high degree. Likewise, the preparation should not contain any chemical additives such as magnesium stearate or microcrystalline cellulose. If you buy a preparation from Germany, you can be sure that the product has also been produced safely and is of high quality.
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5. conclusion: Is iron contained in meat?
Iron is found in both animal and plant foods. The iron from animal foods is more digestible and contains more iron. With a healthy and balanced diet, you can meet your daily iron requirements. In case of an iron deficiency, the supplementation of iron in the form of food supplements helps. You can choose between iron capsules and iron tablets. Both forms are easy to use and enter the circulation quickly. A change in supplementation should always be discussed with a doctor. Interactions with other medications should be considered.
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