Boost Your Iron Intake With These 6 Delicious Foods

Fish

It’s a high-protein, low-fat way to add iron to your diet. And it doesn’t matter if it’s from a farm or caught in the wild. Tuna, sardines, mackerel, and haddock are good sources of the mineral.

Shrimp and oysters

Do you have a weakness for a big bowl of gumbo? You can satisfy your craving and get some iron, too. Shrimp and oysters are packed with it. Toss in some brown or enriched rice and you’ll turn it into an iron-rich treat.

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