Anemia: 10 easy tips to treat

 Anemia: 10 easy tips to treat

To restore iron health in case of anemia, the contents of the plate should be reviewed, just like the lifestyle.


Eat an orange at the end of the meal

Vitamin C facilitates the absorption of iron from food, especially if it is taken immediately after or during a meal.


So it is wise to finish the meal with citrus fruits or use them for cooking.


Duck, orange, or lemon juice on the fish fillet will enhance the absorption of heme.


Consume the pills

Pollen comes from seed plants and consists of small, round or oval-shaped granules, which look like small pebbles and are yellow in color.


Its nutritional properties are exceptional: it is rich in proteins and antioxidants, and it is also full of minerals including iron.


The dose that is usually observed is one teaspoon per day, pure or mixed with yogurt.


eat almonds

Almonds are one of the healthiest snacks.

Very rich in iron, 3 mg per 100 grams, and it is also rich in vitamin C that promotes a good absorption of iron by the body.


In the morning in a bowl of muesli, at lunch in a tagine, or as a snack accompanied by an orange (which also contributes to the absorption of iron), almonds are ideal for anemic people and athletes.


stop drinking tea

The tannins present in the tea prevent the absorption of iron if it was absorbed in the previous hour. It is best to refrain from drinking the cup immediately after a meal.


However, this inhibition relates only to intakes of non-heme iron, that is, those provided by foods that are not of animal origin. If you eat a beef rib at noon, the cup of tea after drinking it will have no effect.


be carnivorous

Foods of animal origin contain a lot of iron, especially red meat and some fish such as sardines, tuna, seafood, etc.


Black pudding is undoubtedly the richest meat in heme iron with an average of 22.8 mg of iron per 100 grams, which means that it represents more than 100% of the recommended daily intake.


eat green

Green foods are generally rich in iron.

In case of anemia, lettuce, watercress, spinach, parsley, broccoli and Brussels sprouts will bring iron into the body in large quantities.


In addition to red meat, its absorption will increase tenfold.


Increase your serving of whole grains

Whole grains contain 2.5 mg of iron per 100 grams.


This represents a great contribution if it is put into the daily menu.


Wheat, spelt, millet, wheat, oats, hemp seeds, etc. It also allows you to change the accompaniments.


cook lentils

Lentils are considered a forgotten legume, yet they are a superfood that is especially recommended in case of anemia.

Rich in Vitamin A, D, C, and Iron, it can be cooked in a thousand ways.

In soups or stews in the winter, in salads or sprouted on fresh cheese toast in summer, all the flavors will come out.


Remove the coil

In the case of anemia, it is advisable to use a method of contraception that limits bleeding because iron loss during menstruation is relatively high.


The copper IUD causes heavier bleeding than the contraceptive pill or hormonal IUD. If you are anemic and have a copper IUD, talk to your gynecologist.


It is natural to limit the flow of rules

Heavy periods are annoying on a daily basis and can cause a deficiency. Heme deficiency comes first.

To reduce menstrual flow, herbal medicines can be of great help: both nettle and horsetail have great regulating properties.

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