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High dietary iron levels could strengthen Salmonella and bacterial infections in humans

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Anemia, or having low iron levels in the blood stream, is a common issue in many Americans, but the solution of iron supplements could be more problematic if not consumed properly.

Dr. Manfred Nairz of Innsbruck Medical University in Austria and his colleagues recently published a report in Frontiers in Cellular Infection and Microbiology about high iron levels in the blood and its effect in the human body. According to the study, if blood cells are too full of iron, Salmonella, specifically. . .

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