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7 Scrumptious Drinks That Are High in Iron - Healthline

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Having low or deficient levels of iron is common. In fact, iron deficiency anemia is the most common nutrient deficiency in the world. It affects up to 11% of women of reproductive age in the United States (1, 2).

If you have low iron levels or have received a diagnosis of iron deficiency anemia, a healthcare professional may recommend that you take supplements.

In more serious cases, they may also prescribe intravenous (IV) iron infusions.

In addition, you may be instructed to increase your dietary intake of iron.

Eating and drinking more sources of both heme (animal-based) and non-heme (plant-based) iron can help increase your body’s iron stores and maintain iron levels in the appropriate range.

If you have anemia, it’s important that you follow a doctor’s recommendations for supplements or other treatment options.

In many cases, simply increasing your dietary intake may not be enough to raise your body’s iron to healthy levels.

Here are 7 drinks that are high in iron.

Although not technically a beverage, Floradix is a liquid iron supplement that’s a good choice for people with low iron stores.

Floradix is a plant-based formula that contains extracts like carrot root, stinging nettle, spinach leaves, kelp, rosehip, and hibiscus flowers along with added iron in the form of ferrous gluconate and B vitamins.

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