2. Spinach

Too little iron means fewer red blood cells, which can result in iron-deficiency anemia. Spinach is a leafy green that is rich in iron — 100grams of spinach contains three milligrams of iron. Most vegetables contain iron inhibitors but pairing them with vitamin C can help you absorb the iron better.



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