Iron & Vitamin C Diet
2 cups of spinach as the base, high in Vitamin A, K, C, manganese, iron, zinc, and more. Occasionally a combo of spinach & kale or just kale, but kale can taste bitter. the spinach has no flavor. Once I've got my spinach set, half a banana or avocado to make it creamy; 1/2 cup of frozen fruit to make it cold; some water, coconut milk, or almond milk to thin it out; and then some flax seeds for additional omega 3's and fiber. sometimes a tablespoon of nut butter to make it extra satiating.
While heme iron can be easily absorbed, non-heme iron requires Vitamin C for proper absorption. Another way to boost your intake of iron is to combine iron rich foods with Vitamin C rich foods. Given below are some foods that are the best dietary sources of iron and should form part of your diet. #vitaminB #vitaminD #followback