Getting more Iron in your diet

 Your body needs and is making extra blood when pregnant … It is important to keep your iron levels high to prevent Anemia ( when the blood lacks enough healthy red blood cells ) 
 
Some symptoms of Anemia are :
Fatigue
Pale skin
Hard time concentrating  
Leg cramps 
insomnia 
shortness of breath 
rapid heart beat 
 
Some foods that are high in iron are:
Liver, meat, poultry, dark meat turkey, fish, cook in cast – iron cook ware , 1 table spoon of black strap molasses , soy  , navy , lima , kidney , black and pinto beans , lentils , chic peas,  peas, potatoes , dried apricots , prunes , prune juice , raisins , pumpkin seeds , oatmeal , goji berries , beets , brewers yeast , spinach , kale  and whole wheat bead .
 
Take Liquid floridax ..  food based  , natural and non constipating iron supplement .
 
 Add Liquid chlorophyll –  once a day to your water. This helps put extra oxygen into your blood and feeds your cells.  
 
– Have a shot of wheat grass juice- 
 
 
   Drink Nettle leaf tea 
 
 
     Juice together Carrot , kale , spinach and beets with a few drops of liquid chlorophyll  or wheat grass . 
 
 
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