12 Healthy Foods That Are High in Iron.

Date -  December - 29 - 2023 By - AnIdeaCame.com

As we know, for iron deficiency we cannot eat iron directly.

However, there is a lot of food available in this world where we can eat some of the food or vegetables to gain enough iron for our body.


We would advise you to check with others/doctors or search on the internet for more before eating this food.

Iron is required for over body, especially to carry oxygen throughout the body as a part of RBC or red blood cells.

Here, are the top 10 iron-rich foods or vegetables.

Date -  December - 29 - 2023 By - AnIdeaCame.com

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#10 Dark chocolate

We have gone through many websites and they suggested dark chocolate as a good source of iron.

#9 Grains like oats and quinoa

Now these days, many companies sell a direct packet of oats which you can buy and eat as required.

Mushrooms are a good source of iron. However, it is required to check which mushrooms are available to eat and which are not to eat. So please check carefully.

#8 Mushrooms

Generally nuts are available at our home. Nuts like Almonds, Walnuts, pine nuts, pistachios, cashews, peanuts, etc.

#7 Nuts

Soybean is a crop mostly available in Asia like India, Pakistan, Nepal, etc. It is a good source of rich iron. Even, it may reduce the risk of cancer.

#6 Soybean (Glycine Max)

Tofu is a good source of Iron. Even, if it is for Vitamin A, Zinc, Magnesium, Fiber, Calcium, etc. The good thing is that it is available easily. 

#7 Tofu

Broccoli is a vegetable which is available almost in the world. It is full of protein, iron, vitamin C, B6, magnesium, etc.

#5 Broccoli

Quinoa is an edible seed. These seeds are available in many colors like black, red, yellow, white, etc. It is good for magnesium, Magnesium, Iron, etc.

#4 Quinoa

Pumpkin seeds are good for controlling the blood sugar. It is full of calories, fiber protein, iron, zinc, etc.

#3 Pumpkin Seeds

Legumes is a plant for seeds or fruit. It includes chickpeas, peanuts, lentils, lupins, grass peas, mesquite, carob, tamarind, etc.

#2 Legume

Have you seen "Popeye the Sailor Man"? Spinach is full of Iron, vitamin C and E, potassium, and magnesium. This vegetable is available easily anywhere.

#1 Spinach