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A great chart on a rich source of plant-based iron.

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Owh figs, that's a nice revelation smile001.gif I always think walnuts for iron and almonds for calcium though for some reason.

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One thing missing is water?? My well water is hard and contains iron (that's why I installed a rain harvesting system). I am sure a lot of rural households have the same issue. Also, I have heard iron is more important for women than men.

JackPedigo Level 8 Sep 1, 2018

My last blood test shows my iron level is perfect. ??

@Sheannutt All of my tests are well within range but one; eosinophils. That has been an interesting issue with me.

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Thanks for the chart. I feel great ?

Jrou Level 4 Sep 1, 2018

Thank you, it's wonderful that you're feeling great. Have the best day ever today?

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Great chart

entranger Level 5 Aug 31, 2018

Thank you, I think it is?

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I need to eat more of these! I was unable to donate blood twice last week because my iron levels were too low. Thanks for posting!

dkp93 Level 7 Aug 31, 2018

You are very welcome imma eat some more iron and go donate some blood for someone.

I lived in Germany in the 80s. I cannot give blood in the US. The baby I gave birth to in Germany can, but her older sister cannot. We may be carriers of Mad Cow Disease. Likely not but they are erring on the side of caution.

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I regularly eat almonds, quinoa, and spinach. Good chart.

HippieChick58 Level 9 Aug 31, 2018

I only eat like 5 of those foods on that chart I'm a bad girl.

@Sheannutt Honey, you're a girl who sometimes makes poor choices. As a girl you're great!

@HippieChick58 thank you?

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