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  1. Van says:

    Among other things, iron helps the blood transport oxygen from the lungs to the tissue cells where it is needed. This makes sense, when you consider that iron is

  2. Jade says:

    You doing kung fu a while ago is not just cause to pursue any hard, traditional conditioning. Without the appropriate martial skills, gained only through the study of a martial art, all of your hard conditioning is worthless. Moreover, if you dont have the will and motivation to pursue continued martial arts education, youre not going to stick with any hard conditioning regiment to see any benefit. Iron Body would be the general term for the gamut of hard conditioning techniques. Iron Arms covers specifically the forearms. Iron Legs is shins and calfs, thighs. Iron Palm is the hands. Iron Shirt is the torso, front and back, upper arms/shoulders. I might be forgetting something. Find yourself a legit kung fu school that includes Iron Body techniques in the curriculum, if youre sure you want to do this. Dont undertake this on your own, otherwise its very possible youll end up hurting yourself.

  3. Barbera says:

    compound in blood that carries oxygen to cells throughout the body contains iron. Iron has an atomic number?

  4. Gwenn says:

    Iron is very important to building red blood cells, which do all kinds of great things for your body, including keeping up your energy. Most folks that are anemic have some sort of iron deficiency. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Other/why_is_iron_important_to_the_human_body

  5. Mercy says:

    Iron contributes mostly to the movement of oxygen in the bloodstream. When we go not get enough iron in our diets, we often feel tired and fatigued. Other symptoms of iron deficiency is cold hands, depression, slow thinking abilites and bri… More:http://answers.ask.com/Fitness_and_Nutrition/Football_and_Rugby/why_does_the_body_need_iron

  6. Ha says:

    Iron is used by the body to produce red blood cells. It is used in the production of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin carries oxygen through the body. Without sufficient iron, our tissues, muscles and organs don’t get enough oxygen and can’t function… More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/how_does_iron_help_the_body

  7. Rosella says:

    The main thing that iron does for the body is to give it energy. Iron also helps transport oxygen to the blood cells so they can survive.

  8. Georgianna says:

    Hemoglobin carries oxygen throughout the body, so without iron, the tissues, muscles, and other systems do not receive adequate oxygen, and Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how-does_4564496_iron-help-body.html

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