Thursday, September 2, 2010

Causes of Anemia

Definition of Anemia
Anemia (lack of oxygenated blood around the body kidney hematic)

Symptoms of Anemia
  • pale skin.
  • eyelids pale.
  • pale lips.
  • pale nails.
  • spoon nails because of lack of iron.
  • pale gums.
  • brittle hair.
  • respiration increases.
Hemoglobin in Red Blood Cells


Causes of Anemia
anemia is caused by lack of oxygen in the blood. The main reason is lack of iron (the main component of hemoglobin) in blood. Protein deficiency, folic acid, vitamin B6, B12, C and others caused by anemia.

Anemia Picture
Tip
balanced diet, eat healthy foods, especially those containing large amounts of iron.

Some recommendations
lentil soup with spinach, egg yolks, dried plums, broccoli, turnips and whole grains (with husk).

Warning
If you are still anemic conditions, especially for pregnant women, consult your doctor.

Food additives proposed:

Extra dose
  • 02/day iron folic acid to the total exemption
  • Multivitamin 02/day until the total exemption
  • Calcium and magnesium 03/day until the total exemption

Proposal of vitamins and minerals

Folic acid - 50 mg of B6 - 50 mg B12 - 100 mcg
C - 500-1000 mg of iron - from 50-80 mg

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