What do Iron Man, Iron Fist and Iron clad symbolize? Well, they all symbolize a quality of strength and energy that's exactly what Iron does for your body when you eat it.
According to the "World Health Organization (WHO), iron deficiency is the top nutritional disorder in the world. Research suggests that as many as 80% of people in the world don’t have enough iron in their bodies. It also suggests that as many as 30% of people have anemia due to prolonged iron deficiency.”
Iron Packed Foods That You Should Be Eating On The Regular!
Our childhood legend Popeye had the right idea-spinach is loaded with calcium, potassium and vitamin A, which help strengthen our muscles.
Fact-our bodies absorb the iron from animal-based protein (heme iron) better than the iron from plant-based protein (non-heme). This is because, during digestion, the body has to alter non-heme iron in order to fully take it in. Progenex is packed with 31g of Protein, 20% of calcium and 10% of Iron. Progenex is a quick, easy and delicious way to get your Protein and Iron in.
Contains over three times your recommended daily value of B12, a mineral proven to reduce symptoms of depression.
A childhood snack forced upon me by my grandparents-on the upside of things sardines have an impressive amount of iron in them as well as heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, so thank you, grandparents, now for always having your back.
These bad boys are so versatile! Lentils are packed with high-protein, amazing fiber and lots of vitamin A. Lentils make for the perfect side dish or meat replacer.
Oats have been in our family's lives for decades. There's a reason they haven’t gone out of fashion. Oats are packed with 14 mg of iron per serving and are high in fiber and healthy carbs.