like weakness, fatigue, anxiety, and hair loss to name a few.
Iron can be in organic and inorganic forms. We want to be eating organic forms, which is something our body can actually use.
The flip side would be to eat an actual hunk of metal, like a piece of a cast iron frying pan, and see what happens. I wouldn’t expect much. If anything it might even be toxic to your system. If you’ve seen the video you’ll see the two experiments show that this cereal in particular, actually has metal fillings in it. The cereal company advertises that it’s cereal is fortified with iron and is healthy for you, and you don’t have a clue.
I have always been a believer in you get what you pay for and I tend to buy higher end, organic foods. I am happy to say, when I attempted to steer my cereal with a magnet, it didn’t move at all. Now I don’t know what kind of cereal you eat, but you might want to test this out for yourself. I’m going to do a few experiments and see if I can test my pasta, flour, and some other various cereals to see how they do.