Tea for Anemics - Can Citrus Fruits Help?

Since the harmful effects of tannin on anemics are being uncovered, is it still possible for anemics to try to brew their tea with oranges or citrus rich substances?

Since tea cuts the calcium intake, it will also cut the iron inhibition. The citrus fruit may be able to counter. Any thoughts?


Hey, the effects of tea on iron absorption has been covered in the article below.

The article also contains a few tips on how to alleviate this side effect.

Tea and Anaemic

I am not actually aware that adding citrus fruits to the tea can increase iron absorption.

Could you suggest a reason why this might be the case?


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