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    Default Re: Iron rich foods.

    Hi,
    Very useful information. Does amla has iron? It is the super vitamin c rich.
    Kindly clarify anyone!
    Quote Originally Posted by binusuneja View Post
    Amla in any form, juice, steamed, murabba, dry in powdered form when fresh is not available.


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    Default Re: Iron rich foods.

    Very useful info you have given for IRON. Thanks dear!


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    Hi shriya,

    Thanks fa dropping in this thread and finding it useful.

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    Garden cress seeds are extremely rich in iron.In hindi,it is called halim, in marathi aliv and in tamil it is called ali vidai.
    it can be eaten in the form of kheer,or soaked in fresh raw grated coconut nad cooked adding jaggery.Then made in to laddoo.<TABLE class=lang><TR class=merge1><TD rowSpan=3>Arabic <TD lang=ar>رشاد, ثفاء <TR class=mergeX><TD lang=ar>رَشَاد, ثِفَاء <TR class=merge2><TD lang=ar>Rashad, Thifa <TR class=merge1><TD rowSpan=2>Armenian <TD lang=hy>Կոտեմ <TR class=merge2><TD lang=hy>Godem, Kotem Assamese <TD lang=as>Halim-shak (?) Basque <TD lang=eu>Beatze krechua, Beatze krexu, Berro, Bruminka <TR class=merge1><TD rowSpan=2>Bengali <TD lang=bn>হালিম শাক <TR class=merge2><TD lang=bn>Halim-sak? <TR class=merge1><TD rowSpan=2>Bulgarian <TD lang=bg>Горуха посевна <TR class=merge2><TD lang=bg>Goruha posevna
    It is given in pregnancy and after the delivery for restoring iron content.
    I looked up in the internet and it looks like these seeds are available world wide because its name is given in 71 languages.


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    Default Re: Iron rich foods.

    Hi,
    One point I would like to highlight here is eventhough we eat all Iron rich foods, our body will observe the Iron, only when we eat food that are rich in Vitamin C. You can consume orange juice/Lemon/Amla along with your breakfast/lunch/dinner to observe the Iron in the food you eat.

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    Default Re: Iron rich foods.

    thanks a lot Shama vinay.. i feel it will be a quick remedy.


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    Default Re: Iron rich foods.

    Thanks for the valuable information on iron.


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    Default Re: Iron rich foods.

    Hi all member's of this forum, Me joining here newly at this forum and want to say that this is good post and nice thing that you have to tell the benefit's of that product's which are iron rich and have great benefit's in favor of ladies health...........


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    Default Re: Iron rich foods.

    Quote Originally Posted by ShamaVinay View Post
    Everyone in our family takes chlorophyll..Earlier i was anemic.after taking this my rbc count has increased.Actually I am working in abroad.here it is very costly when compared to india.so I get it from india.
    It is available in coimbatore also.I'll check the address and let you know the details shortly.

    IMPORTANT: IT HAS NO SIDE EFFECT.

    Chlorophyll is rich in:
    Zinc –Zinc combines with vitamin A to promote good health
    Selenium –Protects and energizes body cells
    Vitamin E –Anti-ageing, nourishes skin and keeps the brain active
    Vitamin C –Increases alertness and possesses anti-cancer properties
    Vitamin A –Strengthens the heart’s function and improves vision.

    Other nutrients include protein, biotin, folic acid, pantothenic acid and minerals such as calcium, cobalt, chromium, phosphorus, silicon, potassium, manganese, magnesium and iron.

    Promotes Cell Regeneration and Boosts the Immune System

    Benefits:
    1. Inhibits bacterial growth
    2. Improves Oral health
    3. Improves heart function
    4. Eliminate body odour
    5. Alleviates ladies ailments
    6. Balances Acid and Alkaline Level in body.
    7. Increase Red Blood Cells.
    8. Improves Anemic condition.
    9. Soothes sore throat
    10. Reduces Asthmatic problems.
    11. Relieves joints and backbone problems
    12. Improves Urinary tract system
    13. Enhances Blood circulation
    14. Delays ageing process.
    15. Abates digestive problems
    16. Purifies blood
    17. Provides Iron to organ
    18. Detoxifies blood and acts as anti-cancer.
    19. Improves Cell Function
    20. Accelerates healing of wounds
    21. Reduces inflammation.
    22. Enhances Lung infection.
    23. Abates the risks of Bronchitis
    24. Improves functions of Thyroid Glands
    25. Enhances Metabolism
    26. Strengthens Immune system
    27. Stabilize body temperature
    28. Relieves Insomnia problem
    29. Alleviates pain.
    30. Improves Liver function.
    31. Improves Kidney function
    32. Improves Urinary tract functions.
    33. It can be applied on the cuts and scratches as a first aid lotion.
    34. It can be used on the scalp for better hair growth, and preventing dandruff.
    thanks 4 giving such valuable information from where we can get chlorophyll in punjab


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    Default Re: Iron rich foods.

    Hi ladies,

    Hope shama vinay s detailed post will be helping all of us . A good detailed information about iron content which we have not known it earlier.

    Thanks ladies for benifiting from this thread .

    Radhika





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