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    what foods increase hemeglobin?

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    Eat a diet of foods rich in iron or iron-fortified foods such as cereal if your physician has determined that your hemoglobin is below a normal level. Red meats, fish, poultry, dessicated liver, and shellfish such as clams, oysters, mussels, and shrimp are food rich in iron.

    Increase your iron intake by eating vegetable and dairy food sources that are rich in iron. Egg yolks, kelp, dry beans, baked potato with the skin on, pasta, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, leafy green vegetables like broccoli and brussel sprouts, green and red peppers, citrus fruit, strawberries, molasses, and sun-dried raisins provide high amounts of iron.

    Refrain from consuming foods that interfere with the absorption of iron such as coffee, tea, red wine, whole-grain cereals, spinach, chard, sweet potato, and soy products.

    Low Hemoglobin Food and Diet:
    A liberal intake of iron rich foods will immediately check iron deficiency anemia. Initially, to make up for the deficit, iron supplements are advised. But gradually, taper the dependence. Good sources of iron are- whole wheat, brown rice, green leafy vegetable (spinach, broccoli. Cabbage, fenugreek, lettuce), beet, cherries, tomatoes, dates, figs.


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