Top 10 Iron-Rich Foods
Eat these to pump up your diet
By Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, LD
It used to be called "iron-poor blood," but now we know it as anemia. Whatever you call it, one way to help treat it is to eat foods rich in iron (most doctors recommend taking a supplement, too).
To boost the amount of iron in your diet, try these foods:
And here's a tip: If you eat iron-rich foods along with foods that provide plenty of vitamin C, your body can better absorb the iron.
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