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5 Iron Rich Foods You Should Consume Regularly To Stay Healthy And Strong

Iron is a vital nutrient that plays an important role in our body system. Iron deficiency is among the most common nutritional disorders in the world. Many people suffer from a variety of health issues and medical conditions as a result of a shortage of iron in their bodies.

There are many symptoms you will start to notice when your body is lacking iron nutrients. Some of these symptoms include fatigue, nausea, and vomiting, loss of appetite, weight loss, bad skin tone as well as difficulty in breathing.

1. Beans

Beans are a good source of iron as well as proteins. Unfortunately, most people dislike beans. Beans come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, including brown beans, black beans, navy beans, white beans, soybeans, and many others. In terms of nutrition, they are significantly distinct from one another. But one thing they all have in common is high sources of iron.

2. Ugu leaf or spinach

Spinach, also known as Ugu leaf in Nigeria, is an extremely nutritious vegetable. It can be used to make soups and vegetable sauces. Spinach, however, is a good source of iron for the body regardless of how it is prepared.

3. Chicken

Chicken is one of the top iron sources in the world. It contains at least 3.5 ounces of iron. Chicken is also tasty and delectable. However, cooking, boiling, or grilling the chicken is much healthier than deep frying it in hot oil.

4. Turkey

Turkey is another type of poultry that has an adequate amount of iron. Eating turkey meat is both healthful and enjoyable. It is, however, less popular meat.

5. Liver and other organ meats.

Liver meat, commonly known as beef liver, is a form of meat obtained from the liver organ of animals. It contains roughly 6.1 ounces of iron per serving, as well as a variety of other beneficial vitamins and minerals that keep your body strong and healthy.

Source: Healthline

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