Honey

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Honey has an extremely dense concentration of essential nutrients, making it one of the healthiest foods that we can eat. For the treatment of anemia, honey is also highly recommended, given that it has an impressive supply of iron, manganese and copper. All of these minerals, specifically iron, are needed for the production of red blood cells, which can boost energy and give you back that strength and endurance that anemia can inhibit. Honey can be mixed with warm milk, added to yogurt, or simply eaten directly with a spoon to enjoy its many benefits.

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