Any Food That Can Be Consumed By Blood Deficiency Disease?
If you suffer from blood deficiency can you eat anything?
Hello Firda, Thank you for the question.
Blood loss or anemia is a condition in which the level of hemoglobin in the blood is lower than normal. Hemoglobin is a structure in red blood cells that functions to bind oxygen and then carried throughout the body. Therefore, the body does not get enough oxygen and causes sufferers to experience pale and easily tired. Anemia can be caused by blood loss, lack of red blood cell production, or destruction of red blood cells that are not normal. Some of the causes of anemia are:
iron deficiency vitamin B12 deficiency and folic acid bleeding anemia due to chronic thalassemia disease Management of anemia is adjusted according to the cause, not all anemia conditions are overcome by food consumption. Therefore, it is important for you to know the cause first. If it is caused by iron deficiency, the patient is recommended to consume foods that contain iron such as lean red meat, chicken or beef liver, beans, green vegetables, tofu, tempeh, rice red, soy milk. If caused by lack of vitamin B12, sufferers are encouraged to consume foods that contain vitamin B12 such as meat, liver, eggs, milk, fish, shellfish, yogurt, cheese. If it is caused by a deficiency of folic acid, it is recommended to consume foods that contain folic acid such as spinach, broccoli, liver, potatoes, beans. However, if it is not caused by a lack of nutrition but due to other causes, consumption of the foods mentioned above cannot overcome anemia. Please consult your doctor again to ascertain the cause of your anemia so that the right treatment you can receive including recommendations regarding food. Do not hesitate to consult your doctor again immediately if you experience symptoms of dizziness, weakness, or even fainting.
Hopefully this information helps you.