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25 Amazing Iron Rich Foods That You Should Include In Your Diet

Iron is one of the most necessary micro nutrients that the body required. Here we have listed some of the fruits rich in iron that you can add to ...

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Many commonly eaten plant based foods are high in iron. In fact, some of the top iron sources are vegan. So why are vegan and

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from Raw Juice Cleanse Recipes

Juicing Beets and Beet Greens for Anemia

Iron-Rich Juice Recipes for Anemia. Featuring... Beet and Beet Greens! Beets and beet greens contain iron and chlorophyll. Both of these have been shown to be beneficial for those who suffer with anemia. Some info about how to better absorb plant (non-heme iron) is included with the recipes. Click for even more juice recipes for anemia.

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Jujubes - Alive, Organic Chinese Date Apples. Jujubes are red outside with a crispy texture, edible skin, and a sweet-tart flavor. They contain a wide array of nutrients, including magnesium, potassium, copper, niacin, calcium, manganese, phosphorus, and iron. They contain 20 times more vitamin C than any citrus fruit, strengthening the immune system and fighting infections. #organic #healthy #tasty #food #livingtree http://www.livingtreecommunity.com/store2/product.asp?id=331&catid=18

It's amazing how many foods I eat are higher in iron than meat... haha bloody meat industry propaganda!! So much bullshit. Iron in the Vegan Diet

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from Health.com

6 Iron-Rich Food Combos—No Meat Required

If you've been considering cutting out or cutting back on red meat, you may be wondering if you'll wind up depriving your body of iron. Sure, plant-based foods also contain this mineral, but it isn't as readily absorbed. Only 2% to 20% of the iron in plants (called non-heme) makes its way from your digestive system to your blood, compared to 15% to 35% of the iron in animal foods (called heme). But fortunately, there's a simple solution: Just add some vitamin C to your meal. It boosts…

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Ignore the picture and click through for a pretty thorough list of foods that contain gluten. It's divided up into types of food (dairy, meats, veggies, etc.) and is available in PDF format if you want to print it out.

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