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Numerous studies are being carried out on the expediency of using combinations of various substances in order to eliminate their opposite effect on the organism. For example, it is believed that iron salts are not rational to be administered in combination with dietary fiber, which, by binding the iron, does not allow it to show its activity. The body is also not able to absorb iron with a lack of vitamin C. This should be remembered, first of all, for pregnant women and women who lose a lot of blood during critical days. For them, it is especially important to normalize and maintain an appropriate level of iron in the body.

I can give simple advice: if for lunch - red meat instead of the usual tomatoes, put peeled kiwi on a plate or squeeze a lemon. Kiwi - one of the champions on the content of vitamin C. Just do not cut it in advance. In contact with the air, this wonderful vitamin is quickly oxidized and after 5 minutes there will be little use from kiwi. In addition, vitamin C (ascorbic acid or as it is also called - "ascorbic"), promoting the absorption of copper, zinc and iron, is itself oxidized and subsequently loses its pharmacological activity.
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  2. Thyroid and parathyroid glands. THYMUS
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  4. Characteristics of the endocrine glands in children, the effects of their hormones on target organs and cells, semiotics of insufficiency or redundancy of the activity of the endocrine glands.
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  5. PECULIARITIES OF BRCA-ASSOCIATED BREAST CANCER AND METHODS OF PREVENTION OF HERITARY BREAST CANCER AND OVARIANS
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  6. Specific features of the structure and function of the mammary gland of females of different animal species. sssn Diseases and anomalies of the breast
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  7. Diseases of the female genital organs and the mammary glands. Diseases of the cervix uterus. ILLNESSES OF THE BODY OF THE UTERUS. Diseases of uterine tubes. Diseases of the ovaries. BREAST DISEASES
    Diseases of the female genital organs and the mammary glands. Diseases of the cervix uterus. ILLNESSES OF THE BODY OF THE UTERUS. Diseases of uterine tubes. Diseases of the ovaries. DAIRY DISEASES
  8. Endocrine glands
    These include the glands of internal secretion and the glands with double secretion. The proper endocrine glands include: the pituitary gland and the epiphysis (parts of the diencephalon), the thyroid and parathyroid glands (lie in front of the kidneys). Dual secretion glands include the pancreas and the sex glands - the testes and
  9. Mouth glands
    The glands of the mouth are large and small salivary glands, the ducts of which open into the oral cavity. Small salivary glands are located in the thickness of the mucous membrane or in the submucosa lining the oral cavity. Depending on the location distinguish labial, molar, palatine and lingual glands. They are divided into serous, slimy, and mixed by the nature of the secret they secreted. Large salivary
  10. Iron metabolism
    For a deeper understanding of the changes occurring during IDA, it seems appropriate to briefly describe the metabolism of iron in the human body. Iron is one of the main microelements of the body: its content is 0.0065% of body weight, that is, about 4-5 g in an adult. The biological role of iron is associated with the ability to easily oxidize and recover. Ferroproteins
  11. Iron absorption
    Absorption occurs mainly in the duodenum and the initial part of the jejunum. With iron deficiency in the body, the absorption zone extends in the distal direction. The daily diet usually contains about 10-20 mg of iron, but only 1-2 mg is absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract. Absorption of heme iron significantly exceeds inorganic intake. About
  12. Mammary gland
    During pregnancy, changes occur in the mammary glands, aimed at preparing for the subsequent lactation. The blood supply of the mammary glands increases. As a result of hormonal changes under the action of estrogen, progesterone, placental lactogen, proliferative processes occur in the tissues of the ducts and alveoli. Their number increases. When this occurs, the increase in the volume of slices
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