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    Posted: Jul 31 2008 at 11:26pm

1.Iron is an important part of hemoglobin, hemoglobin cells function is to deliver oxygen and carbon dioxide out cells.

2.Iron catalyst for β-carotene into vitamin A, purine and collagen synthesis, antibody production of lipids in the blood from the transit and drug detoxification in the liver, and so on.

3.Iron and the relationship between the immune relatively close, iron can increase the body's immunity, and swallowed up by increased neutrophil phagocytosis cells, but also enables the body's ability to enhance anti-infection.

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