20 Foods that Increase: Haemoglobin

20 Foods That Increase Haemoglobin 

Haemoglobin is a red protein which the body uses to transport oxygen through the blood.

This provides energy for all of the bodies systems and functions in order to survive.

If you do not have enough haemoglobin, then you will become anaemic.

This causes tiredness, paleness of the skin, a racing heart, heart problems, shortness of breath and weak muscles.

Over longer periods of time anaemia can cause damage to the vital organs such as the heart and liver.

Healthy foods which are rich in iron and vitamins, help to increase haemoglobin levels naturally. 

Let’s take a look at some of the best foods that you can eat to boost your haemoglobin.

1. Spinach
2. Beets
3. Raw Honey
4. Oysters
5. Beef Liver
6. Pistachios
7. Black Beans
8. Corn Fed Free Range Eggs
9. Wild Caught Cod
10. Coriander
11. Prawns
12. Spirulina 
13. Grass Fed Beef
14. Dark Chocolate
15. Lentils
16. Sardines
17. Oranges
18. Kidney Beans
19. Wild Caught Salmon
20. Watermelon
Simply adding a mixture of these foods into your daily diet will boost your haemoglobin levels, due to the healthy vitamins, minerals and nutrients they contain. 

This will reduce health problems, and help your body to move oxygen from the lungs to the cells and tissues in the body.

This will increase you mobility, make you feel more energised, reduce fatigue and provide a healthy colour to the skin. 

Foods rich in iron are vitally important for pregnant women as it helps the body to produce blood cells for the baby. 

To learn more about healthy sources of minerals and vitamins, please see our other videos.

Post a Comment