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... You say that tea has more tannins than coffee. That's funny because coffee has always been worse than tea in other areas of health. I always thought myself lucky that I drank tea. Hum..... I wouldn't stop the walnuts, but I would treat them the same as you would if it were tea. ... (13 replies)
... You know, this is a very interesting topic that you bring up. Something both of us have been dealing with. You really have to be careful in what you read on the internet, I know you are well aware of this. ... (7 replies)
... You really need to look up the food groups because believe it or not spinach will decrease the absorption of iron too. I can't remember if it was cooked or raw. There was a post on here about that a while back. There are many things that stop absorption. ... (5 replies)

... Grad C, which i'm taking and isn't causing me constipation or bad tummy effects, i looked it up on the net and they were nice enough to provide a list of things which affect the absorption of iron supplements for those of us who are having difficulty raising our ferretin levels. ... (1 replies)
... and have my cereal at the same time. I will drink my tea and then wait awhile to eat. I don't drink iced tea with meals now either. Someone I know was put on iron supplements and they just weren't working. Her doctor then made her keep a food journal and discovered that she was drinking iced tea all day with her meals. ... (13 replies)
... Mood, second edition. It is really quite good, written by Elizabeth Somer M.A. , R.D. She has a number of tips about enhancing iron absorption , many of which we have discussed here before. ... (13 replies)
Good iron foods
Jan 8, 2006
... The amount of iron your body absorbs varies depending on several factors. For example, your body will absorb more iron from foods when your iron stores are low, and will absorb less when stores are sufficient. ... (2 replies)
... When I was anemic I ate like a scientist, but that really isn't necessary. There is iron in almost everything that we eat. You may want to select foods that have higher iron content. ... (6 replies)
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... Hi there, I don't know too much about the foods to avoid...but when I was taking iron pills my doc said vitamin c would help absorption and that dairy can decrease absorption. ... (4 replies)
... I think the best thing for her to do is get some labs done to have her iron serum, ferritin, iron saturation and maybe even b12 checked. Assuming that she is anemic and it is caused by her vegan lifestyle there are some things she can do. ... (3 replies)
... came with that list of foods and medicines. It seems like it needs to be taken on an empty stomach. At first, it really hurt my stomach but after a couple of months on it, it doesn't have that affect anymore. I try to just take it when i'm not anywhere close to eating or taking other meds. ... (1 replies)
... anemia you should have these tests done. There is more than one type of anemia. With your family history "perhaps" there is an absorption issue that you are also dealing with. ... (65 replies)
... I would wait for your doctors guidance as to what course of action to take and not begin anything until prescribed. ... (20 replies)
... I am thinking here of celiac? ... (9 replies)
... mineral defficiencies were not addressed then attempting to raise the iron levels would be difficult. ... (2 replies)
Longtime anemia?
Feb 22, 2011
... I had my blood checked about a month ago and the doc said my iron was 5 and should be at least 15. ... (5 replies)
... Try not to worry right now, wait until you have your scopes, blood test and possible up the iron supplements. You still have time to play with. ... (8 replies)
... I would make that appointment with the GI doc. Ask his opinion regarding discontinuation of iron supplements at this point and future. Ask about the use of PPI's. Also, I think I suggested this a while ago, but I would try a different med that you only take once, if you feel like one Nexium wouldn't be enough. ... (3 replies)
Good News!!!!!
Nov 7, 2007
... You should take iron 1 hour before OR 2 hours after a meal. I take mine before to get best results. ... (5 replies)


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