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Sources of Iron?

Sources of Iron?

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· clams, cooked, 3 oz (23.8 mg) · tofu, 1/2 cup firm (13.2 mg) · raisin bran, ready-to-eat, 3/4 cup (4.5 mg) · sirloin steak, cooked, 3 oz (2.9 mg) · shrimp, cooked, 3 oz (2.6 mg) · black beans, boiled, 1/2 cup (1.8 mg) · chickpeas, canned, 1/2 cup (1.6 mg) · turkey breast, 3 oz (0.9 mg) · bread, whole wheat, 1 slice (0.9 mg) · chicken breast, skinless, 1/2 breast (0.9 mg) Iron-rich Foods for Blood Donors In order to help maintain adequate blood iron levels throughout autologous and directed donations, donors should eat foods high in iron. The following list gives the iron content of selected foods. Food Serving Size Iron Content (mg) Cereal, ready to eat, fortified 1 cup 1 to 16 Clams, canned 1/4 cup 11.2 Beef liver, fried 3 oz 5.3 Braunschweiger 2 oz 5.3 Molasses, blackstrap 1 tablespoon 5.0 Baked Beans 1 cup 5.0 Oysters, cooked 1 oz 3.8 Baked potato, with skin 1 2.8 Soup, lentil and ham 1 cup 2.6 Burrito, bean 1 2.5 Soup, beef noodle 1 cup 2.4 Rice, white, enriched 1 cup 2.3 Poptart, fortified 1 2.2 Ground beef, lean 3 oz 1.8 Apricots, dried halves 10 1.7 Spinach, frozen 1/2 cup (fresh1 cup) 1.5 Bread, whole wheat 1 slice 1.2 Broccoli, fresh cooked 1/2 cup 0.7 Egg 1 0.7
Most cereals have high iron levels like Honey Bunches of Oats, Special K, and Raisin Bran.
Dark leafy greens, such as kale spinach. Red meat. Liver. Beans. Remember that when it comes to raising iron levels, it takes time. You can't eat a bean dish expect to notice a marked improvement the next day.
The suspension spring absorbs energy and reduces vertical acceleration of wheel. A shock absorber is a unit in which spring bump stopper are arranged concentric (rather coaxial) with the damper to save space required for separate installation of each.
The job of a shock absorber is the dampen any bouncing of the suspension. The shock is just one of the parts of a car's suspension.

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