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42 Foods That Erase Anemia

Zero Belly Logo By Provided by Zero Belly Diet of Zero Belly | Slide 1 of 43: <p>Fight off fatigue and other troublesome symptoms by making these iron-rich foods a part of your regular diet. </p><p>“Is it nap time yet?” my friend, Kelsey asked me as we headed out of our weekly yoga class. “That’s a definite no to the sauna today — I’d probably just fall asleep if I set foot in there!”</p><p>Kelsey had been working toward her weight loss goals for a few months now, and while the plan she was using seemed to be helping her lose the pounds, it was also causing her to lose something else: her energy.</p><p>“Hey Kels, have you talked to your doctor about how tired you’ve been feeling?” I asked. </p><p>“Believe me, they’ve done thyroid panels, a sleep study, diabetes testing,” she said. “The only thing they could find is that I’m slightly anemic, but that’s hardly a big deal, right?”</p><p>Unfortunately, Kelsey wasn’t entirely on the ball regarding her diagnosis. While anemia can be little more than a mildly annoying condition for some, for others, it can cause weakness, exhaustion, dizziness, and frightening symptoms like arrhythmia and trouble breathing. Even scarier, the WHO suggests that as much as 25 percent of the population is anemic, meaning that over 1.6 billion people have the condition worldwide, with nearly 50 percent of pre-school age children and 42 percent of pregnant women suffering at any given time. </p><p>Fortunately, there’s plenty you can do to fight back. Start by adding the <a href="http://www.zerobelly.com/45-vegetarian-protein-sources-you-should-be-eating">45 Proteins You Should Be Eating — But Aren’t</a> to your menu and increase your iron intake, fend off fatigue, and make those scary symptoms a thing of the past with the 42 Foods That Erase Anemia!</p>

Get healthier and more energized with these anemia-fighting foods.

Fight off fatigue and other troublesome symptoms by making these iron-rich foods a part of your regular diet.

While anemia can be little more than a mildly annoying condition for some, for others, it can cause weakness, exhaustion, dizziness, and frightening symptoms like arrhythmia and trouble breathing. Even scarier, the WHO suggests that as much as 25 percent of the population is anemic, meaning that over 1.6 billion people have the condition worldwide, with nearly 50 percent of pre-school age children and 42 percent of pregnant women suffering at any given time. 

Fortunately, there’s plenty you can do to fight back. Start by adding the 45 Proteins You Should Be Eating — But Aren’t to your menu and increase your iron intake, fend off fatigue, and make those scary symptoms a thing of the past with the 42 Foods That Erase Anemia!

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