Any advice for an anemic?

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Any advice for an anemic?

Nazaress Nazaress
I've had anemia (presumably for iron deficiency) for as long as I can remember. It's unbearable. I'm tired all the time, dizzy, weak, and overall just plain miserable. I take iron vitamins daily that have, like, over 300% of your daily value and they help me to carry on...slightly. But I'm still tired and weak as always. Just now, I'm slightly fatigued and can stay up a bit later as opposed to EXTREMELY fatigued and can barely make it until 7:00 P.M. even if I woke up at noon.

So I was wondering if any of you suffer anemia or know someone who does or if you just have knowledge about it. What kind of foods should I eat? Any other advice to help me out? Do you know of some miracle cure that will make what seems to be chronic, lifetime anemia go away?
02/15/2012
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js250 js250
Brocolli, kidney beans, peanut butter, egg yolks, spinach!!, red meat, prunes, raisins, organ meats, tuna, oysters, clams, scallops, chick peas, soy beans and artichokes. These are foods that are very high in iron. Try eating six or seven small snack/meals per day featuring high iron foods to spread the nutrients in a more regulated manner in your body. This is what I have to do for my anemia and hypoglycemia.
02/15/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
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Originally posted by js250
Brocolli, kidney beans, peanut butter, egg yolks, spinach!!, red meat, prunes, raisins, organ meats, tuna, oysters, clams, scallops, chick peas, soy beans and artichokes. These are foods that are very high in iron. Try eating six or seven small ...
Oh, man. That's a lot of eating! Lol. I've never been much of a eater, though you'd never guess it from looking at me. I say this because I'm a big girl but I got fat from being lazy and eating unhealthy, not from eating a lot. Lol. Those are some great suggestions and I likely can't afford most of it but I'll try what I can. Thank you!
02/15/2012
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
I had that once and was given chlorophyll tablets (which I probably spelled wrong!). They seemed to help.

~M
02/15/2012
GravyCakes GravyCakes
my sister is anemic, but not to the extent that you seem to be. she only takes her iron pills on days that she really needs it.
02/15/2012
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