Anemia??????

Im 14 years old and im almost 15 and I weigh 140 and im 5 feet tall. I am "big" and I also have anemia. What diet can I follow that is healthy for my anemia and good for fat loss. Please dont tell me to go to go to the doctor. Thanks I appreciate all your answers!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I'm pretty sure if you ate alot of foods off the list below your iron would come into check and you would lose weight too :)

    List of Grains Rich in Iron: Iron (mg.)

    Brown rice, 1 cup cooked 0.8

    Whole wheat bread, 1 slice 0.9

    Wheat germ, 2 tablespoons 1.1

    English Muffin, 1 plain 1.4

    Oatmeal, 1 cup cooked 1.6

    Total cereal, 1 ounce 18.0

    Cream of Wheat, 1 cup 10.0

    Pita, whole wheat, 1 slice/piece, 6 ½ inch 1.9

    Spaghetti, enriched, 1 cup, cooked 2.0

    Raisin bran cereal, 1 cup 6.3

    List of Iron Rich Legumes, Seeds, and Soy:

    Sunflower seeds, 1 ounce 1.4

    Soy milk, 1 cup 1.4

    Kidney beans, ½ cup canned 1.6

    Chickpeas, ½ cup, canned 1.6

    Tofu, firm, ½ cup 1.8

    Soy burger, 1 average 1.8 to 3.9*

    List of Vegetables Rich in Iron:

    Broccoli, ½ cup, boiled 0.7

    Green beans, ½ cup, boiled 0.8

    Lima beans, baby, frozen, ½ cup, boiled 1.8

    Beets, 1 cup 1.8

    Peas, ½ cup frozen, boiled 1.3

    Potato, fresh baked, cooked w/skin on 4.0

    Vegetables, green leafy, ½ cup 2.0

    Watermelon, 6 inch x ½ inch slice 3.0

    A Sample List of Foods Rich in Iron:

    Blackstrap Molasses, one tablespoon 3.0

    Dates or Prunes, ½ cup 2.4

    Beef, Pork, Lamb, three ounces 2.3 to 3.0

    Liver (beef, chicken), three ounces 8.0 to 25.0

    Clams, Oysters ¾ cup 3.0

    Dark meat Turkey ¾ cup 2.6

    Pizza, cheese or pepperoni, ½ of 10 inch pie 4.5 to 5.5

    * Varies with brand. Check the iron content on the label.

    ** Pregnant women should not eat liver because of its very high Vitamin

    A content. Large amounts of Vitamin A can be harmful to the baby.

  • 1 decade ago

    vegetables, fruits and whole grain cereals.

    i'm sorry, you said you don't want to go to a doctor. how you know you have anemia?

    the reason why am i asking because there are many types of anemia which sometimes may need special medical attention. for example vit.B12 deficiency may require injectable or oral B12 which cann't be replaced by diet.

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