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... It is not caffeine that interferes with the iron absorption but the tannins that are in the tea. ... (1 replies)
... anyway i also drink alot of ice tea during the day. i read somewhere that iot can interract with iron absorption. how many horus should i wait to drink caffeine after taking the iron pill? ... (1 replies)
Caffeine
Mar 1, 2006
... I'm also very anemic and take iron 3 times a day. The reason they tell you to avoid any caffeine is because it interferes with the absorption of the iron in your body. ... (6 replies)

... I thought that it was something different. Is Caffeine bad for iron absorption as well? ... (13 replies)
... No stomach pain, but had been a very heavy caffeine user until labs came back wacky. ... (12 replies)
... i just don't know... the weird thing is i was never that tired. i mean... i workout when i can and i drink caffeine, maybe that is why. if i went a day without caffeine i may end up sleeping. LOL. ... (4 replies)
... and caffeine makes it harder to absorb the iron..I started eating tuna and try to eat peanut butter atleast every other day.. ... (2 replies)
... with orange juice once or twice a day. The orange juice helps your body absorb the iron. The caffeine does just the opposite. Good luck and keep us posted. ... (2 replies)
Anemia Insomnia
Nov 3, 2010
... Another thing to use for melatonin increase is drinking tart cherry juice, if you can find it anywhere. Try to cut back on caffeine if you're drinking that too. ... (10 replies)
... Despite cutting down on the caffeine it's done nothing for my ferritin levels. I ended up finding out that i had a digestive issue which was linked to my thyroid issues. ... (2 replies)
Dizziness worse
Apr 13, 2009
... ay, but this time i got her to cut out all gluten products for a month or so, then introduce gluten, but cut out all dairy, then reintroduce that and cut out all caffeine etc etc etc. ... (12 replies)
... Avoid caffeine when eating iron rich foods and taking iron supplements, since caffeine reduces iron absorption. ... (1 replies)
... tannins and is a safer alternative to normal black tea regarding caffeine levels. Caffeine also isn't good if you have excess estrogen. ... (6 replies)
Ferritin going up
Jan 21, 2009
... s buckwheat which is also a great source of protein and iron but contains no wheat despite being called 'buckwheat'. I love my tea, but as it generally contains caffeine you shouldn't have caffeinated beverages with your meals or your iron supplements. I found one which only contains 2. ... (26 replies)
... I just went back and looked at your questions and forgot to answer your first one...you asked about eating sweets or caffeine and if her symptoms changed. I don't know if her symptoms change, but she craves coffee and sweets all of the time...never passes it up. ... (89 replies)
... Linda, Would you please review this and make any corrections/additions? Also, do your mother's symptoms change at all if she eats sugary things (sweets or fruit), caffeine? alcohol? When did she begin having the urinary tract infections? Was it the two years before the stomach problems? If not, when? Prior to 9-07 healthy woman 9-07 presented with severe... (89 replies)
... I think if I remember correctly...I have read that caffeine interferes with iron absorption. So if the tea contains caffeine this would be a problem. I HATE that I read that because I LOVE coffee and I have given it up to help with the iron absorption. ... (9 replies)
Iron injections
Sep 21, 2007
... Audrey, It is the tannins in any type of tea (besides herbal) that cause the blocking of iron. I've been told that tea is okay as long as you drink it far away from taking your iron supplementation. (9 replies)
Iron injections
Sep 20, 2007
... Are you allowed to drink tea which has little or no caffeine in it or is it's not the caffeine which is the issue with you? ... (9 replies)
B 12 Anemia
Aug 28, 2007
... t remember the name. I would avoid those energy drinks that contain lots of caffeine it will have ill affects. The caffeine will tax your nervous system causing you to burn excess amounts of B12. ... (7 replies)


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