Outside | In: Iron-Deficiency Anemia
- FoodEating legumes, dark leafy greens, and red meat can give your body a boost of iron, but keep in mind that “the body absorbs heme iron, which is found in meat, about three times better than it can absorb elemental [or non-heme] iron, which is found in plants,” says Dr. Keel. According to the National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements, people who don’t eat meat, poultry, or seafood need almost twice as much iron as those who do eat meat.
- SupplementsBoth over-the-counter and prescription iron supplements contain elemental iron, says Keel. She recommends taking the pills with orange juice because vitamin C can boost your body’s absorption of iron.
- IV injectionsIf you have trouble absorbing iron or can’t tolerate a supplement, your doctor may recommend intravenous iron injections on a periodic basis.
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