On today’s show, we were talking about iron as a supplement, and specifically how it can offer negative returns for men. Now, I alluded to this last week but it’s rare to see iron being too high in women. I think I’ve only seen that once. So it’s pretty rare, but in theory, it could happen. In males, I’ve seen the opposite especially if they’re consuming a lot of red meat. Listen in to hear why supplementing with iron may not be a good option for you or your clients.

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