Anemia prevention

To prevent anemia, eat well-balanced meals, including iron-rich foods. If you have anemia, avoid foods and beverages containing caffeine, because it interferes with the body's ability to absorb iron. For the same reason, pass on iced tea, which contains tannins that also get in the way of iron absorption, as well as foods high in oxalic acids, including almonds, asparagus, beans, beets, cashews, chocolate, kale, and rhubarb.

Anemia preventionCall for help

If you suspect you have anemia, visit your doctor for a professional diagnosis. While most cases of anemia are caused by simple nutritional deficiencies, anemia can also be a symptom of a more serious medical problem such as cancer or leukemia.

 
 
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