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Reducing Your Risk of Nutritional Anemia

Eating foods that are high in iron, folic acid, vitamin C, and vitamin B12 can help lower the risk of nutritional anemia. These can also be taken as supplements.

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Last reviewed September 2019 by EBSCO Medical Review Board Dianne Rishikof, MS, RDN, LDN, IFNCP  Last Updated: 9/17/2019