4 Ways to Eat For Anemia as a Vegetarian

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Raisins and prunes are a good option. (Image: elena_hramowa/iStock/Getty Images)

Vegetarians have made a conscious choice to take meats out of their diet. Along with that choice, they're taking away the best option of iron-rich foods. Don't worry, because you can make food choices to put iron back into the vegetarian diet. Vegetarians should eat iron-rich foods that include seeds, nuts, eggs, dark leafy vegetables, prunes, dried beans and raisins. Vegetarians should choose to eat cereals and breads that are iron-rich or fortified with iron.

Vegetarians have made a conscious choice to take meats out of their diet. Along with that choice, they're taking away the best option of iron-rich foods. Don't worry, because you can make food choices to put iron back into the vegetarian diet. Vegetarians should eat iron-rich foods that include seeds, nuts, eggs, dark leafy vegetables, prunes, dried beans and raisins. Vegetarians should choose to eat cereals and breads that are iron-rich or fortified with iron.

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