Pumping up your iron levels can help you feel more energized all day long!
Iron plays a role in many bodily functions, from helping to create the haemoglobin that transports oxygen throughout the body and in creating few hormones.
Here are a few food items that’ll help you increase your iron levels:
When it comes to iron-packed veggies, it’s hard to beat Popeye’s favorite, Spinach. It reduces risk of cancer, decreases inflammation and is good for eyes.
A bunch of this powerhouse vegetable is a delicious way to add iron into your body by eating it in stir-fries, salads, omelettes, or side dishes.
3. Dried Apricots
The perfect sweet treat when you’re feeling hangry, a cup of dried apricots to your rescue!
A soy based food popularly used in Asian cuisine, helps to improve insulin sensitivity, decreases the risk of heart disease and gives relief from menopausal symptoms.
A popular grain that contains no gluten and is a good choice for people with celiac disease or other forms of gluten intolerance.