Most of the advice you see online for anemia is about eating foods that are rich in iron. But did you know there are also foods to avoid eating if you have anemia - foods that can deplete your body of iron?
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
Are you sleeping well, but still feeling really fatigued? Your problem might be anemia, which occurs when your body doesn’t make enough red blood cells. These are the cells that bring blood to your organs, and this issue affects about 3.5 million Americans, with the majority being women and more common among seniors because of poor diet or medical conditions. If you have anemia, or suffer from its symptoms, the good news is that your diet can help to turn the condition around.
Cast Iron Dutch Oven Chili...OH MY GOSH!! This is SO SO SO good! Jared got seconds, and didn't even put shredded cheese OR sour cream in it (he said it would ruin the flavor, that's a huge compliment) I didn't use the bay leaves because I didn't have any, only 1 can of diced tomatoes, then added a fresh diced tomato and a little extra chili sauce. I browned the meat in a skillet first to speed things up, and let it simmer for about 2 hours!