In fact spinach does have high iron content when compared with other vegetables. Iron, a constituent of cytochrome (protein involved in photosynthesis) is very useful for people with anemia.
Spinach has high fiber content. Fiber in spinach regulates metabolism of carbohydrates in body that keep body's blood sugar levels after eating. Spinach also contains beta-carotene and vitamin C which is antioxidant. In addition, spinach also contains folic acid, iron and zinc.
Eating spinach regularly also prevents coronary heart disease. Choline and Inositol content in spinach can shed plaque accumulation in blood vessels, while lutein inside spinach has properties to prevent cataracts and decreased vision sharpness.
By combining spinach with honey and chicken egg yolk in the form of spinach juice, makes spinach more powerful for people with anemia. Here is how to make it: