Iron in normative food.

@saritflor (3775)
Israel
February 23, 2018 1:15pm CST
.. When I was vegetarian God forbid and still consumed cow milk and eggs, my irons levels were pretty down only when I started to eat normative foods that doesn't include anything from animals good individuals, my iron levels started to get high, I eat lentils, green beans, freshly grated beets with squeezed lemon and iron levels are great. How is your Iron levels? Image: pexels
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@RasmaSandra (17530)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
23 Feb
I have no idea but I do love beans and spinach.
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@saritflor (3775)
• Israel
3 Mar
I believe these two are high with iron but also very tasty.
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@Corbin5 (106416)
• United States
23 Feb
I do the same as a vegetarian. I am a lacto-ovo vegetarian, I do not eat eggs alone nor do I drink milk or eat butter, but I have eaten a baked good that has egg or milk as an ingredient. . I eat a lot of lentils, raisins, soybeans, fortified cereals, oatmeal, nuts and seeds, brown rice, tomatoes and tomato sauce to get the iron I need. .
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@saritflor (3775)
• Israel
3 Mar
Well with all that amazing list one can really keep on his health, so healthy. I hope one day you can make it to Veganism, it is really so easy my friend and I believe in your country there are a lot of Vegans :)
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@Icydoll (19698)
• India
23 Feb
My iron levels are good .I too prefer beets juice .
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@saritflor (3775)
• Israel
3 Mar
Veganism improves that we can have some awesome Iron levels without consuming anything from animals, Thanks God for that :)