Consume Eggs In People With Anemia?
Afternoon, I want to ask for anemia sufferers how long should the eggs be boiled? should it be half cooked? or it must be really ripe?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Eggs are a very good food for humans. Besides being very easy to get and cheap, eggs have many nutritional contents such as high protein, B vitamins, DHA, phosphorus, iron, folic acid, zinc, selenium, vitamin D, and some eggs have omega-3 which is very good for the heart .
Regarding your question, actually there is no difference for people who are anemic and not about how to consume eggs. The concern is the cleanliness or hygiene of the egg itself. If the egg you are going to consume is still not guaranteed clean, you should boil or fry until fully cooked so that the bacteria in it die. But if you want eggs that are half-cooked or even raw, you should look for eggs that have gone through the pasteurization process so that all the bacteria are dead.
So indeed there is no difference about how to consume eggs when viewed from a history of anemia. In addition, to help increase blood, you can also consume red meat, spinach, cereals, poultry, offal, broccoli, nuts and seeds. So, hopefully answering your question.