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Are you anemic? Learn what you need to consume to fight this problem once and for all

Are you anemic? Learn what you need to consume to fight this problem once and

Hemoglobin is a protein found in red blood cells. They are responsible for transporting oxygen throughout the body. In addition, hemoglobin releases carbon dioxide out of cells and into the lungs.

Carbon dioxide is then exhaled during respiration.

According to the data, the low amount of hemoglobin makes it difficult to perform these functions in the body.

Get more iron

By eating more iron-rich foods, hemoglobin levels will increase significantly. Iron improves hemoglobin production and the formation of red blood cells.

Foods rich in iron:

Meat and fish

egg

Dry fruit

Broccoli

Barishtet

peas

Nuts and seeds

Peanut butter

Get more folate

Folate is part of the B vitamin complex, which plays an essential role in hemoglobin production. If you do not get enough folate, the body will be affected by anemia induced by its deficiency and low hemoglobin levels.

Get more folate:

Beef

spinach

Rice

Peanuts

Beans

Avokado

Green salad maximizes iron absorption

According to data from AgroËeb.org, the consumption of iron-rich foods is very important, but if the body does not absorb it, then everything is gone. Foods rich in vitamin C such as citrus fruits, strawberries and herbs improve iron absorption. In addition to vitamin C, you can also take vitamin A and beta carotene that maximize iron absorption.

Foods rich in vitamin A:

Fish

Beef liver

Pumpkin

Sweet potato

Barishtet

Foods rich in beta carotene

Karrotat

Sweet potatoes

Pumpkin

Pjepri

Mango

Iron supplements

Iron supplements can only be given on a doctor's recommendation. This is necessary because high amounts of iron can be dangerous, AgroËeb reports.

 If you overdo it with iron you will be affected by liver diseases, constipation, nausea and vomiting. Supplements can increase iron levels in the body gradually and should only be taken with a doctor's recommendation.