Best Healthy Foods

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12 Best Food Sources of Iron

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Iron is an extremely important nutrient, as it helps our red blood cells supply oxygen to the body and supports our metabolism. Women need more than twice as much as men from age 19-50 (men need 8mg, while women need 18mg.) This is because iron can be easily lost during menstruation, which can increase our risk for iron-deficiency anemia and leave us with some negative side effects.

Here's Exactly What Nutritionists Order at Fast-Food Restaurants

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5 Super-Healthy Foods to Buy From the Middle Aisles of the Grocery Store

Sticking to the outskirts of the grocery store may be the name of the game—until you need certain staples that are integral to a healthy diet. Avoiding the aisles like the plague is a health myth that's unsustainable for a number of reasons—it's not only expensive, but it may be deterring you from a well-balanced diet.

10 Foods Women Should Eat Every Week

When it comes to keeping your body in tip-top-shape, what you eat is so important. Yes, getting 7-8 hours of sleep each night and staying active during the day will better your health, improve your mood, and lower your risk of various diseases, but you can't stay well and fuel your body without the right set of nutrients. And if you're eating pastries and processed items all day (or even not eating much at all), you're going to feel it (think: fatigue, crankiness, low energy and more).