Iron Deficiency Diet: Tips To Increase Iron Content In The Body

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Jul 07, 2020

Iron deficiency is a widespread nutritional deficiency, especially in women during pregnancy and in people taking a low iron-rich diet. Its lack causes anaemia. This usually happens when your body does not have enough iron to make haemoglobin, which carries oxygen from the lungs to the bloodstream. The energy in the body is related to the circulation of oxygen. If there is a decrease in the level of iron in the blood, then oxygen will not be adequately circulated, making you feel more tired than usual. Various such symptoms are clear indications of iron deficiency, which can be rectified by taking a proper diet. Watch this video to understand how one can get rid of these symptoms, and increase iron content in the body:

  • Spinach: Packed with Vitamin B6, A and C, fibre, calcium and iron, this green leafy vegetable helps in raising the iron content in the body.
  • Berries: Taking an equal amount of berries and gooseberries for maximum benefits. It comes loaded with vitamin C and iron.
  • Beetroot: One of the best vegetables to increase haemoglobin, one should take beetroot juice daily for glowing skin.
  • Pomegranate: Another important fruit that one must include is pomegranate, which comes packed with vitamin, calcium, magnesium. All these are essential for a healthy mind and body.

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