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... Mood said about tannins in tea and coffee. I did a bit of research and indeed there are tannins in coffee and also tannins are found in walnuts. I eat walnuts daily, this habit though I am not going to change.Apparently the tannins in coffee are less than in tea. ... (13 replies)
... I knew the bit about the tea. Found that out awhile ago and now I make sure that I don't drink my tea 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. ... (13 replies)
... I'm going to see if I can find this tea to try. I wonder if it's at my Healthfood store. ... (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)
Iron injections
Sep 23, 2007
... My vice is having my Moccona coffee in the morning with 2 pieces of wholemeal or wholegrain or rye bread with either marmalade or banana on it. I know the coffee is a no no, but it's just one per day and then i take care of myself and what i eat or drink for the rest of the day. ... (9 replies)
... I also love my tea and was fortunate to find one with only 2. ... (13 replies)
... Hm, this is quite interesting. I've never heard of tannins before. So I drink a cup of tea with my breakfast everyday. ... (2 replies)
... Are Tannins considered Caffeine? ... (13 replies)
... When taking iron supplements you should try taking them on an empty stomach. ... (15 replies)
... It was my impression that only the tannins in tea were the culprit, not the caffeine. ... (13 replies)
... D I simply switched to a brand of tea which has minimal tannins in it. There is one brand which is grown here and sold in the supermarket as well as over the net. It's called "Madura Tea" and it only has 2. ... (2 replies)
... There are a lot of tea lovers who have had to stop drinking tea with their meal. I looked up my favourite brand of tea on the net, Madura tea, just to see what info they had regarding tannins and the affect on iron. They have a section FAQ's and one was on this very topic. ... (0 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)
... I just gave up my long time habit of drinking about 8 cups of tea a day. ... (2 replies)
... It is not the caffeine, but the phytates and tannins that inhibit absorption with tea. Now, coffee also decreases the absorption, but to a lesser degree and when made weaker the absorption is even less. ... (1 replies)
... When you cook in a iron pan you get more iron. ... (67 replies)
HI, new here
Nov 5, 2007
... You are on the right track looking at what might be inhibiting iron absorption. It is something that should be looked at . ... (1 replies)
... I never knew that red wine inhibited iron absorbtion while white wine enhanced it until i read this info on the net. ... (6 replies)
... sulphate because the slow release did not seem to be working. I would take two a day, always on an empty stomach with vitamin C. I did not eat any food or drink coffee or tea 2 hours before to 1 hour after I took the supplement. ... (12 replies)
... rich food, be sure it is not with foods that inhibit iron absorption, like oxalic acid found in spinach and phosphates found primarily in milk, dairy products and egg whites. ... (8 replies)

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