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How to increase your Hemoglobin level

How to increase your Hemoglobin level

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Hemoglobin is the oxygen transfer metalloprotein that contains iron and is found in red blood cells.

It increases the transmission capacity of the oxygen in a liter of blood from 5 to 250 ml / l. Hemoglobin has a key role in the transfer of CO2 and hydrogen ions.

Reduced level of hemoglobin in the blood, signifies that the blood’s capacity to carry oxygen is reduced which leads to anemia. The low level of hemoglobin has nothing to do with the number of the red blood cells (erythrocytes). In folk medicine, there are several recipes that can help you increase your hemoglobin level in the blood. One of the recipes is recommended by the doctors themselves, which is very good for improving the complete blood counts(CBC). For the preparation of this natural recipe, you will need:

  • 200 ml honey
  • 200 gr walnut
  • 200 gr raisins
  • 200 ml of carrot juice
  • 200 ml of beetroot juice
  • 2 lemons

Preparation:

Wash 2 lemons. Cut them in half and remove the pits. Grind them in a meat grinder or otherwise. Put them in a bowl. In the mixture of minced lemon, add honey, beetroot juice, and carrot juice Stir. Add finely chopped walnuts and raisins in the mixture. Mix well again.

You will get a liter jar, of tasty and very healthy, completely natural mixture. Keep it in the fridge. Take three times a day 1 tablespoon before eating.

The most common medical cause of chronic fatigue or anemia is a lack of hemoglobin and iron in the body.

Such anemia covers about 20% of men and over 40% in female population and is becoming more common due to the physiological bleeding during the monthly menstrual cycle.

Anemia should be taken seriously because the heart is first to suffer from this condition.

When hemoglobin can not perform its function, due to anemia, the heart works rapidly to compensate.Rapid heartbeat reduces the human life expectancy.

 For more information visit:

http://www.webmd.com/

https://www.nih.gov/

http://www.everydayhealth.com/

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