Taking 30 milligrams of iron during your pregnancy as prescribed by your doctor will reduce the risk of anemia later in your pregnancy.  If you’re thinking of getting pregnant, be sure to eat a diet rich in iron, with foods such as dark, leafy greens (spinach), egg yolks, beans, lentils, and red meat.

Information courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Prevent anemia during pregnancy with iron-rich foods and supplements.

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