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Shortage Of Blood In The Body: 6 Foods That May Help Increase Your Haemoglobin Level.

Hemoglobin is found in red blood cells. Iron constitutes the lion's share of it. Hemoglobin is a protein that is involved in the oxygen transfer from the lungs to the body's tissues. Your hemoglobin levels may decrease if you do not consume enough iron, folic acid, vitamin C, and vitamin B12. Fatigue, weakness, shortness of breath, dizziness, headaches, and a pale complexion are all symptoms of low hemoglobin levels. However, I will mention six foods that will assist you in increasing and improving your hemoglobin levels.

1. Eggs.

Eggs include vitamin B12, which research indicate is necessary for increasing hemoglobin levels. Consume foods rich in vitamin B12 and folate. Meat and eggs are high in vitamin B12.

2. Meats.

Red meat is a good source of iron. Iron is also found in beef and chicken liver. Consuming them regularly is one of the most effective methods of increasing hemoglobin levels.

3. Watermelon.

Watermelon has a high concentration of iron, as well as a high concentration of proteins, carbohydrates, potassium, vitamin C, and vitamin B. Consuming this fruit on a daily basis might help increase hemoglobin levels.

4. Soy beans.

Iron and vitamins are found in soy beans, as is a high protein content, which aids in the prevention of anemia.

5. Tomatoes.

Tomatoes are high in vitamin C and lycopene, an antioxidant that assists in iron absorption.

6. Leafy green vegetables.

Green vegetables, such as ugu and waterleaf, are abundant in vitamins A, B9, C, and E, as well as iron, fiber, calcium, and beta carotene. They may also help boost your haemoglobin levels.

IMPORTANT: Please follow these actions to maintain good health. If you have any questions concerning anything I have written above, please leave a comment below and do not forget to LIKE and SHARE with your friends, family, and loved ones on social media. Thanks.

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