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Question week 9
Raquel has complained of significant fatigue. Her doctor ran a test and diagnosed her with iron deficiency anemia. Because iron supplements are not well tolerated, Raquel and her doctor have decided their first approach to treatment will be through food and diet alterations. Specifically identify which foods Raquel should add to her diet and pinpoint particular dietary strategies which would optimize her iron status.