Anemia Patients’ Iron Absorption Doesn’t Improve With Vitamin C Supplementation – Study
Patients with iron deficiency anemia do not benefit from pairing iron supplementation with vitamin C, according to an RCT that found no significant change in hemoglobin level between a group of subjects taking iron/vitamin C and those taking just iron.
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