A list of foods rich in iron rich in high amounts, including high-fiber fruits, vegetables, legumes, and nuts.
Source: The Washington Post/FoodNavigator, accessed January 10, 2021About The Author Melissa Deutsch is a freelance journalist who has covered the food industry for nearly two decades.
She is a former news editor and editor of Food and Wine Magazine.
A former food editor at the San Francisco Chronicle, Deutsch also covered health, science and technology for more than 20 years.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from the University of Colorado and an Associate of Arts degree in communications from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Follow Melissa on Twitter: @melissabrokerFollow The Washington D.C. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)On the list:Low-carb, high-protein mealsLow-glycemic foodsLow-fat dairyLow-sodium dairyLow sodium chicken Low-fat soy Low-sugar dairyLow glycemic foods: high in ironLow-fibre foods: low in ironRich foods: with high levels of ironRich fruits and vegetablesHigh in iron and magnesiumRich foods with a high amount of iron, including fruit and vegetablesRich foods rich with iron, such as legumes and nuts, contain more iron than those rich in fiber, such the list above, as well as some rich in sodiumRich foods that contain high amounts of iron: low-fat milk, low-salt chicken, and many fruits and veggiesRich foods high with iron: fruits and nutsRich foods containing a high level of iron in high quantities: meats and fishRich foods enriched with iron in very large amounts: dairy, legume products, and vegetables.