What's the Link Between Ice and Anemia? There are several theories as to why you may crave chewing ice when you have an iron deficiency. Some of the gastrointestinal symptoms of an iron deficiency are a sore tongue, dry mouth, altered sense of taste, difficulty swallowing and mouth sores.

Each of these symptoms may be alleviated by chewing or sucking on cold ice that may help reduce swelling and reduce discomfort. However, further research has also found that chewing on ice when you are iron deficient changes neurological processing that improves .......

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