Dried apricots

Dried apricots are a delicious and healthy dried fruit, which is a great source of iron. It is rich in antioxidants and has a cosmetic effect on the skin. 100 grams of dried apricots contains more than 50% of the daily requirement for iron. Fresh apricots are available only in the summer, while dried apricots rich in iron can be consumed throughout the year, because it can be stored for several months. Dried fruit is also rich in dietary fibers, which support constant level of sugar in the blood.

Raisins are nothing but dried grapes, is one of the most useful types of dried fruits. It contains vitamins, mineral salts and organic acids. In raisins contain more iron than many other fruits. 1/2 Cup of raisins contains 1.6 mg of iron.

The persimmon has a sufficient number of useful minerals and has many useful properties. No wonder persimmon is called "food of the gods". Yellow-orange fruits resembling tomatoes, the most popular in Japan. They are rich in antioxidants, iron, vitamin C and other nutrients.

These sweet fruits are very nutritious and serve as a source of energy. The dates do not contain cholesterol and have low amounts of fat. They are especially useful for pregnant women, due to their nutrients that increase stamina and make it easier to move loads in the future childbirth. In addition, dates are a rich source of iron, which increases the level of hemoglobin in the blood. 1 Cup of dates contains 3 mg of iron.

There are many species of currant, but the most common are glossy red and black berries, which are mainly used to make jams and marmalades. Currant leaves are often used as seasoning for various dishes. The berries have high levels of nutrients, especially iron, which is essential blood vessels. 100 grams currant contains up to 1 mg of iron.

Prunes – dried plums. They are dried naturally (sun) or mechanically. The high fiber content of dry prunes makes them hard, so it is recommended to soak them overnight and eat the next morning. The product also has high iron content, making it useful for anemia. 100 grams of prunes contains 9% of the recommended daily allowance of iron.