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    Sun Dried Tomatoes

    Did you know that 100 g of sun dried tomatoes can contain up to 9.1 mg of iron? The recommended daily allowance of iron for adults is 18 mg (for children, it s 10 mg). That means sun dried tomatoes can provide you with a whopping 50 percent of your iron for the day. Even though sun dried tomatoes are a relatively convenient food and can be found at most stores or even made at home, eating them every day might be a little much. Luckily, any form of tomato fresh, cooked, stewed, canned, or other is a relatively high source of iron. Bon appetit! Tomatoes are also rich in various antioxidants, especially lycopene, which promotes radiant, beautiful skin and healthy organs.


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