Spinach

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Spinach is one of the most common green leafy vegetables that makes it onto our plates, and if you want to maintain a proper level of red blood cells and keep your energy up, then spinach is one of your best options! Spinach is rich in iron content, so for those who are suffering from anemia, as well as the lethargy and muscle weakness that accompanies this blood disorder, spinach in all of its forms if highly recommended. When you cook spinach, you can lose some of the nutrient density, but you won’t lose the iron found within the leaves, so feel free to consume spinach in any way you want to treat anemia!

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