Grocery Shopping Guide for Hemochromatosis (Digital Version for Smartphones)

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  • Digital grocery shopping list for a hemochromatosis-friendly, low-iron diet
  • Convenient PDF file can be viewed on any smartphone or portable electronic device
  • Color-coded and easy to use as a quick reference
  • Instant Download PDF, 14 pages
  • Available as part of the Complete Digital Book Bundle for 40% savings
  • Also available as a laminated, full-color, printed guide

Looking for an easy way to know what foods to buy at the grocery store for a hemochromatosis-friendly, low-iron diet?

Made with convenience in mind, the Hemochromatosis Help Digital Grocery Shopping Guide is a portable and handy tool to help you follow a hemochromatosis-friendly, low-iron diet.

This practical digital PDF file condenses the “Best and Worst Foods for Hemochromatosis” lists found in our books into color-coded cheat sheets that can be easily viewed on any smartphone or portable electronic device.

Each page is broken down into easy-to-see color charts, organized by food groups. For example, if you’re in the produce section, scroll to the Vegetables and Fruits pages and easily see which foods to purchase and which to avoid!

Food groups included are:

  • Cooked Grains
  • Baking Flours
  • Legumes (Beans, Peas)
  • Meat, Poultry, and Seafood
  • Dairy and Egg Products
  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Nuts and Seeds
  • Herbs, Spices, and Sweeteners
  • Condiments and Sauces
  • Beverages

Each page is color-coded into Green, Yellow, and Red sections.

  • The foods in the GREEN columns are foods to eat and enjoy without concern.
  • The foods in the YELLOW columns require moderation for one reason or another (often related to their levels of iron-enhancing or iron-blocking nutrients).
  • The RED column is for foods to limit or avoid due to high iron or iron-enhancing reasons.

How To Best Use This Guide

These charts are designed to be used as a quick reference when shopping or cooking for hemochromatosis.

They are based on the charts and information presented in our books. This means to fully understand why and how different foods made it into these different categories, you’ll want to refer back to the referenced chapters in the books for the full explanation, as the pages by themselves are a simplified summary and don’t tell the full story!

If you don’t already own the books, we recommend purchasing this guide as part of the Complete Digital Book Bundle for 40% savings when compared to purchasing each product separately. With the bundle, you'll have access to all the information you need to cook, shop, and eat for hemochromatosis.

We also have a full-color, laminated, printed version of this guide that you can take with you to the store. You can add the physical version to your purchase at a discount, or you can buy the physical guide separately here.