Treatment of Anemia

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According to the World Health Organization, iron deficiency anaemia is the most common type of micronutrient disorder in the world. More than two billion people, or at least a third of the worlds’ population suffer from this nutritional disorder.

Iron deficiency anemia is a condition characterized by low levels of iron. People who suffer from anaemia can experience symptoms that can be easily managed and reversed. Treatment options vary depending on the severity and the underlying cause of the problem.

Iron Supplements- Iron tablets help your body stabilize the levels of iron present in the blood stream.

Diet- Create a special nutritional plan by adding foods that are rich in iron and vitamin B12. The following foods help prevent iron deficiency and restore your body’s ability to absorb minerals it need to function well:

  • red meat
  • dark green, leafy vegetables
  • dried fruits
  • nuts
  • iron-fortified cereals

Surgery- Lack of iron can also be caused of internal bleeding. Solving the underlying cause of excessive blood loss through surgery is also a way to help your body restore the levels of iron.  

Anaemia is often caused by a lack of iron. Eating a well-balanced diet is the best solution to prevent iron deficiency that can soon develop to anemia. You can also try food fortification and taking supplements as an alternative way to get nutrients. 

Bentonite clay is enriched with trace minerals such as potassium, iron, and magnesium that can be used as a supplement. By mixing a tablespoon of bentonite clay with water, you create an instant drink that will make up for the nutrients your body needs. 

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