Iron Deficient? Here Are 8 Foods That Can Help With Anaemia


Welcome to our web story on iron deficiency and anaemia. Are you feeling tired and weak? It could be due to low iron levels in your body.


Slide 1: Spinach is a great source of iron. Add it to your salads or smoothies for a boost of energy and to combat anaemia.


Slide 2: Red meat is another iron-rich food. Enjoy a juicy steak or opt for leaner options like chicken or fish for a healthy dose of iron.


Slide 3: Legumes such as lentils, beans, and chickpeas are not only a great source of protein but also contain high levels of iron.


Slide 4: Dark chocolate is not only delicious but also contains iron. Enjoy a small piece as a guilt-free treat to help with anaemia.


Slide 5: Nuts and seeds like almonds, cashews, and pumpkin seeds are packed with iron. Snack on them throughout the day for a boost of energy.


Slide 6: Quinoa is a superfood that is not only high in iron but also contains other essential nutrients. Use it as a substitute for rice or pasta.


Slide 7: Tofu is a great option for vegetarians and vegans. It is high in iron and can be used in a variety of dishes for a nutritious meal.


Slide 8: Fortified cereals and breads are a convenient way to increase your iron intake. Look for labels that mention added iron for maximum benefits.


Slide 9: Remember to pair iron-rich foods with sources of vitamin C, such as citrus fruits, to enhance iron absorption. Say goodbye to anaemia and hello to a healthier you!