A good association Lamb's lettuce and thin slices of beetroot: a starter rich in vitamin B9 (beetroot) and iron (beetroot, lettuce), two substances essential for the formation of red blood cells. A sauce made from squeezed lemon juice improves the bioavailability of vegetable iron. Day by day Mimosa beetroot: hard-boiled eggs complete the supply of carotenes, which beetroot is not rich in, also providing vitamin A (growth). Strips of cooked beef and beet slices: good anti-anaemic synergy thanks to the iron in the beef and the vitamin B9 in the beets. Beets, potatoes and smoked fish: balanced dish with good carbohydrate intake (beets, potatoes), proteins and unsaturated fats from fish.