The real reason you could be feeling tired all the time

"Iron is essential for the oxygen-carrying part of red blood cells, which is why tiredness is usually the first signs of a shortfall," says Dr Hilary.
We spoke to TV’s Dr Hilary Jones and nutrition scientist Dr Emma Derbyshire to find out more about this deficiency and what you can do to help feel more lively.

There’s an exhaustion epidemic that’s sweeping the country, with four out of five women complaining of extreme tiredness.

Too knackered to exercise, or too tired for chores? You might be low on iron. It’s one of the most common causes of unexplained tiredness, but iron supplements have got a bad rep because of their dodgy side effects. Full Story

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