What to Eat For a Good Hemoglobin Level

According to nutritionist Yevheniia Degtyannikova, low hemoglobin in most cases causes serious problems in the body, both in men and women.

There are certain foods that automatically increase hemoglobin levels when consumed. She said that if there is a lack of hemoglobin in the body, red meat, offal, and foods that contain a lot of vitamin C, such as lingonberries, sauerkraut, kiwi, and broccoli, should be consumed. According to the expert, they categorically help the body absorb iron.

Degtyannikova also noted that low hemoglobin can lead to problems with the thyroid gland and female genitalia, liver dysfunction, and general detoxification of the body. As a result, a person loses vitality, hair begins to fall out and nails break.

“Cracks along the edges of the lips, low blood pressure, and a rapid pulse will indicate iron deficiency,” the nutritionist said.

Before that, Degtyannikova’s colleague, nutritionist Olena Stepanova, spoke about the numerous beneficial properties of mineral water. According to her, this drink can and should be divided into several more categories.

For example, chloride is used as a metabolic stimulant and helps with gastrointestinal disorders.

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Written by Emma Miller

I am a registered dietitian nutritionist and own a private nutrition practice, where I provide one-on-one nutritional counseling to patients. I specialize in chronic disease prevention/ management, vegan/ vegetarian nutrition, pre-natal/ postpartum nutrition, wellness coaching, medical nutrition therapy, and weight management.

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