Iron is a trace mineral.

Iron’s main functions are: Iron forms part of a molecule (hemoglobin) found in red blood cells that carries oxygen in the body; needed for energy metabolism

Sources of iron: Organ meats; red meats; fish; poultry; shellfish (especially clams); egg yolks; legumes; dried fruits; dark, leafy greens; iron-enriched breads and cereals; and fortified cereals

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