Low iron levels in your blood can make you feel dizzy, fatigued, and lightheaded, not to mention causing a fast heart rate, shortness of breath and other unpleasant side effects. One way to increase your levels is to take an iron supplement. But if you aren’t a fan of adding more pills to your diet, you might want to consider the Lucky Iron Fish. It’s a cast iron fish that you can place in a pot of soup, water for tea, etc. and it will leach iron into the food to provide up to 75% of your daily recommended dose. The Lucky Iron Fish is vegan and vegetarian-friendly as no fish were harmed in the making of the Lucky Iron Fish 😉 B-Corp, the company who makes and sells the Lucky Iron Fish will donate one fish to a family in Cambodia, where half the population suffers from an iron deficiency. You can buy your own Lucky Fish for $25 from thegrommet.com
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