Recipe Ideas To Combat Anemia
Iron deficiency anaemia is a very common pathology that, today, affects a quarter of the world's population. It started as a result of an iron deficit that our bodies experience. The most common signs and symptoms of severe iron deficiency might occasionally be mistaken for everyday fatigue symptoms.
Many different factors can contribute to iron deficiency, including poor diet, reduced absorption of iron, and bleeding disorders, the most prevalent of which is iron deficiency.
Because of this, we would like to share with you a few easy recipes that will aid in the fight against anaemia and improve the way your body absorbs iron.
Chickpea is a type of legume that is high in fibre, potassium, vitamin C, and vitamin B-6. Among its many benefits, we want to draw attention to the fact that it is high in lecithin, a good lipid that lowers blood cholesterol and lowers our risk of heart disease.
- 1 jar of cooked chickpeas
- Four ripe tomatoes
- Half a chive or onion
- One green pepper
- Bonito or tuna in olive oil or pickled
- Boiled eggs (optional)
- Extra virgin olive oil
- 1 tablespoon mustard, salt and black pepper.
We put the chickpeas (previously washed and drained) in a bowl, cut the tomatoes into cubes, and added the finely chopped onion and green pepper, finally, we added the can of tuna or bonito and the eggs if we had finally decided to incorporate them.
We use the oil and mustard combination to dress. To taste, we add salt and pepper. It's ready to eat once we let it cool in the refrigerator!
STRAWBERRY, OAT, AND BANANA SMOOTHIE
Potassium, a mineral that is vital to human health, is found in bananas and is believed to help maintain normal blood pressure. Hence preventing cardiovascular problems. Vitamin C and other antioxidants are found in strawberries. Oats, on the other hand, are the ideal cereal to have for any morning because of their reputation for producing fibre in the body.
- Ten strawberry
- One banana
- 2 tablespoons of oats
- 200-millilitre water bottle
For around ten minutes, we placed the two tablespoons of oats in a container with some warm water.
To make blending easier, we place the two tablespoons of oats in a jar with a small amount of warm water and let it sit for about ten minutes. After washing and chopping the strawberries into small pieces, we combine them with the oats in a blender-safe glass. After peeling and slicing the banana, we combine it with the oats and strawberries. We keep grinding until the texture is uniform. We can top it off with a few slices of banana or strawberries while serving.
We sincerely hope you enjoy these delectable dishes, which will assist you in managing your iron levels!