Did you know that nearly of people suffer from anaemia? Symptoms of anaemia include low energy, pale skin, peeling nails and dizziness.The deficiency of iron can easily be cured by increasing your intake of iron rich foods.
While heme iron can be easily absorbed, non-heme iron requires Vitamin C for proper absorption. Another way to boost your intake of iron is to combine iron rich foods with Vitamin C rich foods. Given below are some foods that are the best dietary sources
IRON RICH FOODS — Food has 2 types of iron; heme iron (from animal flesh) and non-heme iron (from plants). Heme iron absorbed more readily, while non-heme iron is absorbed less completely. Foods high in vitamin C, like tomatoes, citrus fruits and red, yel
Today's tip is about iron. You may already know that iron is vital for health and necessary for the production of hemoglobin a protein that transfers oxygen from the lungs to the tissues. Early signs of an iron deficiency are feeling weaker tired and irritable (although there are also many many other causes of feeling weak/tired/irritable - so get a blood test if you suspect low iron). _What many people don't realise is that there are two kinds of iron: heme iron and non-heme iron. _Heme…
Organic Beetroot fight anemia & are filled with iron. Helps in repairing & reactivating red blood cells, increasing oxygen to all of the body. Vitamin C in tomatoes along with lycopene helps absorption of iron. Apple & dates boosts iron levels from the Vi