How to Prevent Anemia?

Sri Sahara By Sri Sahara, 17th Jan 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Lack of vitamin B-12 and iron is cause of anemia. How to prevent it?

4 Simple Tips to Prevent Anemia

Anemia is not a simple disease, it can dangerous your health, if it left without proper treatment. Weak and have difficulty concentrating are two symptoms of anemia. Anemia can be caused by a lack of vitamin B-12 and iron. How to prevent anemia? Consuming foods that contain vitamin B-12 and iron are the most convenient way. In addition, try to avoid a strict diet that reduces or even eliminates the intake of vitamin B-12 and iron. One more thing to note is to consume foods with balanced nutrition.

Here are 4 simple tips to prevent anemia:

1. Eating foods rich in iron.

Beans, liver, tofu, oysters, fish, lean red meat, green vegetables such as spinach, and dried fruits are iron-rich foods. Try to enter these foods into your daily menu.

2. Eating foods that can help absorb iron.

Iron into the body would be useless if they are not absorbed properly. It takes the content of other nutrients such as vitamin C that can help the body to absorb iron. Therefore, it is a good idea to consume orange juice, broccoli, strawberries, and fruit or vegetables rich in vitamin C.

3. Avoid drinking tea or coffee before and after meals.

These drinks can prevent the body to absorb iron.

4. Eating foods rich in vitamin B-12.

The need for vitamin B-12 can you be in beef liver, oysters, eggs, poultry, meat, fish, milk, and other dairy products. In addition, yeast and some cereal products also contain vitamin B-12.

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