Fatigue, shortness of breath, pale skin, chest pain, feeling cold, frequent headaches… Are you not suffering from Anemia is a condition/disease in which there is a deficiency of red blood cells and/or hemoglobin in the blood, which leads to reduced oxygen supply to tissues.
There are different types of anemia, one of the most common is iron deficiency Once a specialist hematologist has determined that you suffer from it, he will certainly recommend that you add to the menu eat more foods that are rich in iron as well as vitamin C,as the vitamin helps absorb the important mineral.
Which he althy foods should you eat more often to balance your iron levels?
- Red meat;
- Beef and pork liver;
- Cashews, pumpkin and sunflower seeds;
- Spinach and leafy greens;
- Broccoli, tomatoes;
- Nettle and other herbs;
- Sesame tahini;
- Fish and seafood;
- Beans and lentils;
- Chickpeas and others.
our cooking column, how to include iron-rich foods in your recipes.
Pork cutlets with mushrooms and peppers