The Importance Of Iron and Calcium To Our Body
We have said on other occasions, the importance that involve essential minerals in the body such as iron, calcium, magnesium and potassium, which are essential for it to work properly.
In the case of iron when we are faced with a lack of red blood cells, insufficient levels of hemoglobin and therefore low iron stores, we are in the presence of anemia, which usually affects mostly women, but within we feed milk and its derivatives has lots of vitamin B12, a true ally when developing red blood cells, and it also has vitamin B6, or “pyridoxine” which is necessary for the production of hemoglobin.
Also as we all know the dairy and its derivatives are excellent sources of calcium, and this especially helps women prevent osteoporosis, a disease that attacks the bones, damaged, and should take precautions factors risk, especially those older women who have a family history of osteoporosis, being in postmenopausal phase, their low levels of testosterone, lead a sedentary lifestyle, smoking.
In these cases the presence of food as those named above, are essential for healthy living and preventing anemia both decalcification and osteoporosis.