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Fortified cereal is the best source of blood making nutrition in the grain food group. Grains naturally contain protein and some iron and B vitamins, but some cereal manufacturers pump up the vitamin and mineral content their products to act as dietary supplements. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that you can get a full days supply of iron and certain B vitamins such as folate and B 12 in a single suggested serving of cereal such as wheat bran flakes. Some cereal varieties increase vitamin C content as well.