Fruits high in iron that medical professionals recommend eating if you're anemic
Low iron can impact everyone and cause major health issues.
Menstruating, pregnant, and running women are most at risk.
Tachcardia, heart failure, and more are risks. Fortunately, food adjustments can boost iron levels.
Though meat and beans are iron-rich, some fruits may also aid.
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Fatigue, dizziness, pale complexion, elevated heart rate, hair loss, sadness, and more may indicate an iron shortage.
These fruits may not be high in iron, but adding them to your diet may help your body absorb more of it.
Combining these options with nutritious almonds makes a healthful snack. Anyone for trail mix?
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