Meat has long masqueraded as a good source of iron, but iron deficiency rates are not improving, despite the high-meat American diet. Actually, some meat products are poor iron sources, while others bring too much nutritional baggage.
In fact, iron from animal foods may increase risks of heart disease, cancer and other adverse conditions. Meanwhile, plant iron brings few, if any, risks and is actually the superior iron source, even for premenopausal women.
In this iron-packed webinar, you'll learn:
*How much iron we need daily, and how and why that requirement may change
*Which dietary factors may increase or decrease absorption
*Which plant foods are the best sources of iron
*Risks of getting too much iron
*Why animal foods are actually an inferior iron source when all factors are considered
*Why iron supplements and heavily fortified cereals may not be any better than animal foods
This webinar is offered at a variety of times each month. You can select your choice when you register. The green button to the right will take you to Paypal and then you'll be directed to the registration site.
The presenter, Mark Rifkin, has been vegan since 1986, and is a speaker at national events. He's been working with clients and plant-based diets for almost ten years. See the About page for more details.
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