Did you know there are two forms of iron?
1. Heme - mainly found in animal products.
2. Non-heme - mainly plant sources.
Iron is an important mineral that is needed for LOTs of functions in the body, including energy production.
If you are feeling tired more than usual it's worth considering whether you are eating enough iron-rich food, especially if you are a veggie or have a plant-focused diet.
Non-heme sources (plant sources) are also less well absorbed so we need to eat more of them, particularly if your levels are low.
Great plant-based sources include...
legumes like kidney beans, chickpeas, black beans
leafy greens - spinach, chard, beet greens
seeds like pumpkin & sesame seeds
TIP: To increase the absorption of non-heme iron try adding some vitamin C foods to them e.g. squeeze some lemon on your spinach, lemon to hummus etc.
Also never take an iron supplement unless you've been told to do so by a GP or nutrition practitioner. You can have too much of a good thing :) .