Iron that comes from animal products is not good for humans because it gets stored by the body as ''iron reserves," but the human body cannot use that kind of iron properly, and it has been linked to diabetes, heart disease and other health problems (especially heme iron that's found in red meat).
Who says oats are only for breakfast? This gentle green puree is loaded with fiber rich oats, healthy spinach, creamy avocado and is perfect for baby's lunch or dinner. A puree that even Popeye would be proud of with its mighty amount of calcium, iron, Vitamin A and B, protein, iron and good fat needed for your baby to grow and thrive. Easy to make and easy to eat - this puree has it all.
You probably know that hemoglobin has something to do with iron, red blood cells, and anemia, and is important for your body to function. But, did you know that boosting your hemoglobin levels entails more than merely increasing your iron intake? Here are 8 foods that boost your hemoglobin levels. Have a look! #HealthyFood
Hand out happy this morning by whipping up these simple sweet potato waffles. Begin by spiralizing one sweet potato and cooking on a stovetop for eight minutes, or until softened. Next, mix together one apple that has been shredded with one egg. Combine all ingredients and place in a waffle iron. Top this unbe-leaf-ably festive breakfast with a spread of Nutella® and serve!
Cancer Dies Within The Next 42 Hours… This Juice Cured More Than 50 Thousand People! This is a juice that has the beet as a main ingredient. Beet contains many vitamins such as B1, B2, B6, C, antioxidants, folic acid and minerals like phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, zinc, sodium and iron. This plant also has …