Raise Your Haemoglobin Levels Quickly!

Why is your haemoglobin Level important?

Haemoglobin is the protein responsible for transporting oxygen around the body. Haemoglobin (hb) is found in the red blood cells where it binds to molecules of oxygen.  In a healthy woman, hb levels, expressed as grams per deciliter, should range between 12.0 - 15.5 for women. Low levels (Anaemia) is a common condition associated with tiredness, shortness of breath and is an enemy when it comes to any surgery.

During surgery, your hb levels will inevitably drop. Therefore it is important to maintain a healthy level prior to procedure to avoid complications. For most surgeons, the more procedures you request, the higher the level your haemoglobin should be. Many surgeons will also request you complete a full blood count (also known as complete blood count) 2 weeks before your surgery date. Maintaining a high level will aid in recovery and avoid needing blood transfusions should it become dangerously low.

How to raise your haemoglobin Level.
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A full proof way of increasing your hb level is from foods containing high amounts of iron.  We recommend this being your primary source of iron before resulting to supplements. Spinach, beetroot and liver are just a few examples of iron rich foods that should be incorporated into your diet. Vitamin C will aid the absorption of iron, whilst folic acid, vitamin B12 will also contribute to increasing your iron levels. Alternatively, delicious smoothies are a quick and simple way to consume all these nutrients and vitamins without the hassle of having to prepare meals.
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Were excited to announce that our first video is officially up on our channel! Courtesy of a doll, @Guidicelli2020, check out her recipe to raise your blood haemoglobin quickly and naturally in time for your surgery date.

What you will need;

  • Beet Root
  • Spinach
  • Orange Juice
  • Pineapple
  • Mango
  • Plug
  • Carrot
  • Avocado
  • Grape
  • Chia Seeds
  • Molasses
  • Prunes
  • Boiled Water

 

 

 

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