5 Natural foods that convert to blood easily and improve blood level


Blood, as a component of the human and animal body, depends on the body for its functions, blood-related diseases are strokes and deficient diseases in hemoglobin.

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   Blood helps remove carbon dioxide residues from the body’s cells, helps fight infections, supplies oxygen and nutrients to the body’s cells, and also regulates body temperature.

   on average, a person has 5 liters of blood and when it decreases by at least 30%, what we know as Anemia can occur.

   The sign of anemia is High Fever with Headache.

   When you get these signs, remember to always go to the nearest clinic and ask for a blood concentration test.

   If you know you have anemia, here are 5 foods you can eat to turn it into blood in no time.

   1. Consuming vegetables, Ughu and water leaves should follow your weekly diet. Because vegetables contain iron and folic acid needed to make blood.

   2. By consuming the intestines, animals like liver, kidneys and kidneys should also follow your diet throughout the week. The liver contains foods such as iron, folate, vitamin B12 and riboflavin.

   3. Red meat, red meat is very useful when it helps improve blood formation. Red meat contains the proteins needed to produce protein, iron, niacin and blood.

   4. York Eggs: Egg yolks contain high levels of iron and protein, in addition to vitamin B12, vitamin E, vitamin B6, vitamin K necessary for blood formation and function.

   5. Legumes: Beans, pastas, soy and peanuts contain magnesium, and are rich in protein, vitamins A, B6 and C.

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