Iron is enormously important for your blood and thus the entire metabolic system.
It is better absorbed by the body when taken in conjunction with proteins and vitamin C. It occurs naturally in nature, as in the sprouts mentioned below.
In addition, sprouting in itself increases the sprout's capacity of iron absorption. Thus, sprouts and seeds are twice as helpful in meeting iron requirements.
70% of the total amount of iron in your body is found in hemoglobin (the pigment of red blood cells). Another major proportion of iron is found in myoglobin (responsible for oxygen transport in muscle tissue). Iron is thus an important building block for blood formation.
In addition to the sprouting process, the intake of vegetables containing sulfur increases the absorption of iron from food. Sulfur is found, for example, in leek sprouts.
The absorption of iron is inhibited by the consumption of eggs and dairy products, as well as excessive intake of alkaline powders (e.g. baking soda) and calcium compounds. So it is important to pay attention to the combination of elements in your food if you want to replenish your iron levels.
"Vegan Cliché Goodbye - The Cookbook" Niko Rittenau, Sebastian Copien, 2020.
"Bio-logical preparations for diagnosis and therapy in AK practice" Wolfgang Gerz, 2002.
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