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Get more iron in your diet — without eating red meat!   
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Iron is one of the nutrients that your body needs most on a daily basis. It's critical for keeping up your energy, making your skin glow, increasing your endurance, allowing your muscles to recover faster and even boosting your immune system. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for premenopausal women to be iron-deficient. There are plenty of healthy foods to boost your intake of the iron you need. Turkey and tuna are good sources of iron, as are grains, beans, tofu, lentils, spinach and peanut butter. Here: a few of our favorite iron-rich recipes:

Spinach Mushroom Turkey Roulade 

Albacore Tuna Stuffed Tomato & Arugula Salad 

Asian Sea Bass with Lentils 

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