10 Iron-Rich Foods You Must Eat


While the sweet guys have only 1.2 mg of iron per potato, russet, red and white ones have 3.2 mg

Kalamata Olives

Next time you’re at the olive bar, choose the Kalamatas: They contain 1.2 mg of iron per half cup.


Yet another reason almonds are a great snack to have in your bag, at your desk or in your car: One cup contains 5.3 mg of iron.


When it comes to iron-packed veggies, it's hard to beat Popeye's favorite: spinach.


A bunch of this powerhouse vegetable is a delicious way to add 4.4 mg of iron to stir-fries, salads, omelettes, or side dishes.

Black Beans

When you want to up your iron intake, reach for the beans. "I love keeping canned pulses like beans, lentils, and chickpeas on hand.

Pumpkin Seeds

Delicious, convenient, and super portable, lightly salted pumpkin seeds also contain 2.1 mg of iron per cup.

Dried Apricots

A cup of dried apricots the perfect sweet treat when you're feeling hangry also contain 3.5 mg of iron.

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