iron deficiency Archive

Why is spinach not a food rich in iron anymore?

Spinach is traditionally believed to be a food rich in iron. The bigger, older leaves even have a slight metal taste. While it is true that spinach has high levels of iron it seems to be another story if your body actually can use that iron and how much of it really ends up in your blood stream for hemoglobin production. Find out how to increase the iron absorption from spinach to prevent iron deficiency anemia.

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Prevent anemia in pregnancy

Most woman start pregnancy with a low iron storage in the first place. Check out how you can boost your iron intake in early pregnancy and avoid anemia later on during your pregnancy.

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