If you are part of the large group of people across the globe that struggle with iron deficiency, you can improve your iron status by making simple changes in your diet. Are you drinking a drink right now as you read this book description? Chances are that drink either inhibits or enhances your absorption of iron. In Iron Rich Foods, Amanda Rose, Ph.D., examines simple changes you can make in your diet changes in foods you are eating, when you eat them, and how you prepare them. Do you or your children eat oatmeal for breakfast? Oatmeal is a food high in iron, but you may double or triple your iron from that oatmeal if you take simple steps to prepare it properly. Does your child drink a glass of milk with that oatmeal? Make it orange juice instead and double your child s iron absorption again. What makes Rose s book unique is the reliance on scientific research to describe findings and make recommendations to consumers. Rose takes this research and breaks it down into simple-to-understand concepts, including instructions and recipes from her own kitchen. Learn simple baking and cooking strategies to reduce iron inhibitors in your diet and get the most out of foods with iron in the book Iron Rich Foods.