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Cereal and hemoglobin

Dado5

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May be a weir question but can cereal raise hemoglobin?
I donate blood every 52 days and my hg is usually between 15 and 16.
As of lately I eat cereal often and last blood donation my hg was at 17.1
I am on 150mg of test a week and been on the same dose for over a year.. Nothing else changed in my diet except adding cereal in the AM and PM.
 

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Cereal is fortified with non-heme iron, which isn't easily absorbed by the digestive tract. My guess would be that it would likely not increase HH to a degree that is even noticeable.
 

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May be a weir question but can cereal raise hemoglobin?
I donate blood every 52 days and my hg is usually between 15 and 16.
As of lately I eat cereal often and last blood donation my hg was at 17.1
I am on 150mg of test a week and been on the same dose for over a year.. Nothing else changed in my diet except adding cereal in the AM and PM.

Lover your test to 70mg per week for the next 52 days and see what happens with your hemoglobin. 10mg daily.
 

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