Many people rely on supplements to increase their iron intake. However, it’s always best to get vitamins and minerals from whole foods. a study from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden recently linked certain Iron supplements to an increased risk of developing cancer. While additional research may be needed to further validate these findings it nonetheless inspired us at CFYL to compile this menu of naturally iron rich foods. Spinach, pumpkin seeds, lentils, liver, dark chocolate, eggs, quinoa, broccoli, beef, seafood, and raisins are all good sources of iron check out the recipes below that include them. Dig in and pump up your iron!