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    Foods high in iron that kids will eat
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    kimbrat posted:
    The clinic called today to say my son's iron is low. They want him to have more foods high in iron. He is not a big meat eater. He does eat raisins and peanut butter sandwiches.
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    concerned_mother91 responded:
    my daughters iron is low she is anemic. i give her flinstones vitamins with iron. it raised it they can take one a day && it will be fine. i have had no trouble with her iron since she has been taking them. a vitamin never hurts anyways.
     
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    evarosesmommy replied to concerned_mother91's response:
    You can also cook in Cast Iron skillets. That will raise your daughter's iron..as well as everyone in the house.


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