Hi. My name is Stella Metsovas, and today we're going to talk about sources of iron other than meats. You either recently found out that you're anemic or maybe you don't like the taste of meat so much. Today, we're going to address the best sources of iron other than meat. The RDA for iron is at least eight milligrams for those ages 19 to 70. Women, ages 19 to 50, require more during stages of their life, anywhere from 18 milligrams to up to 30 milligrams if you're pregnant. Fish is one of my top recommendations for iron. The smaller the fish the better, like sardines. Fish also contain a synergy of nutrients like iodine, magnesium and omega-3 fats. Although foods that are enriched contain iron, they're not on the top of my recommended list. They're usually filled with a bunch of other stuff that aren't so good for you. Remember, a low intake of micro nutrients may also lead to adverse health effects in the long term, such as compromised immunity and iron deficiency anemia.