ANEMIA: Vitamins and minerals supplement

Anemia is a condition characterized by abnormally low levels of healthy red blood cells or hemoglobin.
Anemia develops when heavy bleeding causes significant iron loss or when something happens to slow down the production of red blood cells or to increase the rate at which they are destroyed.
Some inherited anemia, such as sickle cell anemia, can be serious and lead to life-threatening complications. Losing a lot of blood quickly results in acute, severe anemia and can be fatal.

Top Recommended Supplements

Folate:  Folate supplements are required by those deficient and women trying to get pregnant.

Iron supplements:  Should be taken only if you have deficiency anemia as excess iron can be dangerous. Look for iron chelates, which are well absorbed and tolerated. Other good choices include iron citrate, gluconate, and fumarate.

Natural Sources All Liver (60 capsules)
Liver extracts: Made from beef, they provide a rich natural source of iron and vitamin B12,
folate, and other nutrients.

Multivitamin and mineral complex:  Multivitamin supplements is recommended because there are many nutrients required for healthy blood cells. Aside from iron, B12, and folate, also a deficiency of vitamin A, C, E, B2, B6, or copper can lead to anemia.

Vitamin B12: Supplements are required by those who are deficient or at risk of deficiency such as the elderly, vegetarians, and those with malabsorption conditions (celiac and Crohn’s).  Best of all vitamib B-complex supplement that provides 1,000–2,000 mcg daily. Those with malabsorption may benefit from sublingual B12 (small tablet placed under the tongue), which is more readily absorbed. Individuals with pernicious anemia may require vitamin B12 injections.

Complementary Supplements

Vitamin C:  Increases the absorption of iron from food. It also supports absorption of other nutrients.  Take with your iron supplement for best results.


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