Sharply higher rates of iron deficiency in obese Mexican women and children are predicted by obesity-related inflammation rather than by differences in dietary iron intake

Ana C. Cepeda-Lopez, Saskia J.M. Osendarp, Alida Melse-Boonstra, Isabelle Aeberli, Francisco Gonzalez-Salazar, Edith Feskens, Salvador Villalpando, Michael B. Zimmermann

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