Iron is an essential nutrient that the body uses to produce hemoglobin - the protein in red blood cells that helps the blood carry oxygen to all the other cells in the body. Breast-fed babies usually get enough iron from their mother’s milk, while infants fed with formula should receive iron-fortified formula. Once your infant is weaned you will need to make sure they are receiving adequate amounts of iron rich foods in their diet. Iron is essential for the following functions ✅. Supplying the body with oxygen ✅. Muscle metabolism ✅. Maintaining connective tissue ✅. Physical growth ✅. Nerve development ✅. Cell functioning ✅. Producing some hormones       Iron-deficiency =...