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Iron rich foods

Beans: An Important Source of Iron in Daily Food Introduction Iron, present in many foods, is very important for the proper functioning of our body. Its action is important in the oxygen transport process, as well as being part of the enzymes that act on cellular respiration. Top Iron Sources (Examples of Iron-Rich Foods) - Broccoli - Beef Liver - Soy Flour - Fish Flour - Almond - Beans - Asparagus - Chicken Egg Yolk - Quinua - Flax Seeds - Pumpkin Seed - Sunflower Seed - Breads made with 100% whole flour - Lentil - Pistachio - Tahini - Arugula - Watercress - Mint - Parsley - Thyme - Curry - Banana - Lean Meat - Fish - Seafood - Cherry - Baked Peanuts - Fig in syrup - Raw Oatmeal - Hazelnut - Spinach - Sugar cane molasses - Dark and bittersweet chocolate - Chuchu sprout - Beetroot
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