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Top 10 iron rich food

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It used to be called "iron-poor blood," but now we know it as anemia. Whatever you call it, one way to help treat it is to eat foods rich in iron (most doctors recommend taking a supplement, too).

It used to be called "iron-poor blood," but now we know it as anemia. Whatever you call it, one way to help treat it is to eat foods rich in iron (most doctors recommend taking a supplement, too).

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  • 1. It used to be called "iron-poor blood," but now we know it as anemia. Whatever you call it, one way to helptreat it is to eat foods rich in iron (most doctors recommend taking a supplement, too).To boost the amount of iron in your diet, try these foods:Red meatEgg yolksDark, leafy greens (spinach, collards)Dried fruit (prunes, raisins)Iron-enriched cereals and grains (check the labels)Mollusks (oysters, clams, scallops)Turkey or chicken gibletsBeans, lentils, chick peas and soybeansLiverArtichokesA recipe on healthy meat recipe would also be available.Artichokes in barigoule of lapereau with garlicIngredients2 livers of young rabbits12 purple artichokes1 rabbit stuffing1 egg3 1/3 oz. olive oil16 garlic cloves5 1/2 oz. carrots1 onion8 crystallized tomatoes1 savory bouquet of herbs3 1/2 oz. shallot2 cups white wine1 bunch chervilPreparation Instructions1. Remove the leaves from the artichokes.2. Chop the liver of the young rabbits and season with salt, pepper, and shallot.3. Add a beaten egg and a spoon of chopped chervil.4. Stuff the artichokes and cover with oil and wine.