Foods that help correct anemia are those that include high levels of iron, such as beef or chicken liver, oysters, clams, mollusks, and mussels, according to WebMD. Vegetarian foods with high levels of iron include spina... More »

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Pork, poultry, seafood, beans, peas and beef are all helpful for addressing anemia because they are high in iron, according to Mayo Clinic. Eating foods rich in vitamin C, such as broccoli and grapefruit, also helps figh... More »

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After patients have been diagnosed with hemolytic anemia, it is important for them to eat a well-balanced diet with foods from all four of the food groups, as noted by Indiana Hemophilia and Thrombsis Center. Patients sh... More »

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Foods that are rich in iron include 3-ounce servings of beef or chicken liver, mollusks, mussels, clams or oysters, all of which have 3.5 milligrams or more of iron per serving, according to WebMD. Three-ounce portions o... More »

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Foods rich in iron include beef and chicken liver; seafood such as clams, mollusks, mussels, oysters and sardines; and plant sources such as spinach, beans, tofu, pumpkin seeds and sesame seeds. Other good sources of iro... More »

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Foods high in iron include chicken or beef liver, mussels, tuna, clams, mollusks, oysters, eggs, beans, tofu and pumpkin seeds. Other foods that are moderately high in iron include canned sardines, beef, turkey, baked po... More »

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The best sources of heme iron, which is most easily absorbed, include beef or chicken liver, clams, oysters, mollusks and mussels. Additional sources suggested by WebMD include cooked turkey, chicken, ham, beef and sardi... More »

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