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You can choose from wheat, oats, barley, corn, rice or rye. Many of these cereals are available with many brands containing red blood cell boosters like vitamin B 12 and iron. It is important to check the daily value on the label before choosing any of these foods. The American Diabetes Association suggests consuming cereals with 5 grams or less of sugar.
The high amounts of vitamin and protein content per one cup of milk complements greatly to cereal nutrition. Milk provides all the B vitamins as well as calcium and potassium. These minerals are very important for all the blood functions. Select a fat free milk to stay away from cholesterol.
Whole grain breads are best as they are made with many flours and are enriched with B vitamins and iron. Always opt for whole grain breads over white breads. The iron and B vitamins are effective in fighting anemic condition and boosts blood levels.
Beans are high protein and low fat foods which help in controlling anemia. The high iron and B vitamin content in beans is an added advantage. They are even excellent alternative sources to meat. Kidney, black, pinto beans provide most iron and B vitamins.
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