Friday, May 9, 2014

Anemia Cure with Natural Food

Quick effective cure for anemia with natural food
Blood is the fluid tissue of body, responsible for the very existence of life. Blood is life. Blood travels throughout the body through blood vessels called arteries, capillaries and veins, taking with it essential nutrients, oxygen, minerals, hormones and vitamins essential for the healthy survival of bodily cells. Blood also removes the carbon dioxide and other cellular wastes from the cells to the lungs and kidneys, where the wastes are released through exhalation air or urine.
Red blood cells (henceforth RBC) have a special component called hemoglobin that helps in oxygen exchange. Anemia is the condition characterized by lower than normal levels of RBC in blood. Anemia can be caused due to loss of blood due to external or internal bleeding, destruction of RBC or slow production of RBC in body. Production of RBC can lower with Vitamin B12 deficiency and folic acid deficiency. Deficiency of vitamin B12 also affects protein synthesis in body. One particularly difficult condition is anemia during pregnancy.
Body tries to restore the amount of blood. But the body produces only an excess amount of blood plasma. This plasma doesn't have enough RBC. In anemic cases, the body needs to be prepared for the production of RBC. Natural food practices are the best way to restore RBC count in blood.
Natural food items for iron deficient anemia control - organic milk, pomegranate, sesame seeds, black grape fruit and ghee. One can use triphala as a mild laxative. Other Ayurvedic herbs for quick rebuild include Asparagus racemosus, saffron and punarnava can offer quick cure to anemia.
Ayurveda suggests taking beef liver as a medicine for anemia. Also use mutton liver, red meat and bone soup can also help rebuild RBC. However Ayurveda doesn't approve the use of red meat as daily food.
Leafy vegetables (cabbage, broccoli, turnip greens, spinach, collards), legumes (beans, green peas, peas), walnuts, cashew nuts, raisins, peanut, egg and seafood like sardines, shrimp, etc are rich sources of iron and especially beneficial in healing iron deficient anemia.
If anemia is due to slow production of RBC in blood, you can try fasting for a few days. This will help improve vitamin B12 assimilation and helps the body fast regain essential RBC count. Fasting is not recommended during pregnancy.
If you have internal bleeding due to ulcer or fracture, you need to take special treatment to cure such bleeding. Slowest rate of bleeding can cause anemia.
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