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Anemia Diet Plan
No, we can't: Please forgive my frankness. Unless we know the cause of your anemia (there are hundreds), we can't address appropriate treatment. Anyone pretending to do so is doing you a disservice. And if you are iron deficient, the key is to identify the cause. Are you losing blood from a hidden cancer? "Healthy" diets promoted on the internet can make you anemic. Insist your physician explain your anemia. ...Read more
refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
I'm 18yrs old suffering with anemia, i rarely eat and tend to avoid big meals. Can you suggest a healthy diet plan for me of what I should be eating?
Anemai in an 18 yr o: If you anemia is recently then you need to eat lean red meats or dark chicken meat, your doctor should check the reason for anemia and may need to check your stool, if female your menstrual periods, and if long term it may be familial. Also avoid excess milk since this can inhibit iron absorption. ...Read more
I just found out today i have anemia, i want to change my dieting routine but i still want to eat the things i like to eat,please help!
Etiology: It is important to determine the cause of anemia. If it is due to menstrual blood loss you may take oral iron supplement available over the counter. Take the pills with meals and you may wish to take a fiber laxative if it causes constipation. However, it is important that you discuss it with your doctor at the next visit. ...Read more
If that: Is the true correlation i would be concerned that you are doing some form of extreme dieting that is leading to a nutrient deficiency. ...Read more
Dr .Is dieting safe if one has anemia due to fibroids bleeding ? I'm trying to loose weight that i've gained , i suspect estrogen to be the cause.
Excess estrogen?: Despite health issues, a change in diet that reduces starch, sugars, and excess fatty foods should not cause harm. I hope you are getting medical help for your fibroids. If they are causing anemia, then something should be done about them. Ask your doc to test your Progesterone level and if it's low take Progesterone (not medroxyprogesterone) 100 mg @ bedtime day 12-25 of your cycle. ...Read more
Yes,but: Your question is vague. Anyone could have both these issues. If you have a specific question, it is better is you provide background information so a more realistic picture of the problem is available for comment. ...Read more
Anemia: First find out why anemic. If she doesnt have enough iron in her diet and that is the cause, she can take a supplemental iron pill as prescribed by her doctor. But first and foremost, find out WHY she is anemic. It might involve a good history of her diet and what she is eating or there may be another cause. Have her doctor investigate this. ...Read more
How can I eat better for hematopoiesis? I suffer from anemia. Is there a diet that could help improve overall hematopoiesis?
I had unexplained anemia in 2009, I understand this is unusual for a male, they put it down to my diet, can that simply be the reason? Im worried stil
It's possible: When a man over age 50 develops iron-deficiency anemia, doctors are trained to think about colon cancer, which can cause silent blood loss. But if your anemia went away with a change in your diet, it was probably due to your diet! lack of folate (folic acid) from leafy green vegetables, or lack of vit b12, can also cause anemia. Follow-up with your doc to make sure your anemia has resolved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've just been diagnosed with Coeliac Disease. I'm in process the of cutting gluten from my diet - when will symptoms (pain/anemia/etc) disappear?
Husband has gout and pernicious anemia. What kind of diet should he be on and what sort of care should he be given?
Gout diet: B12 injections ongoing. Take in tart cherry juice +tart cherries, 10/day. Add Lemon extract 2 tblspns/day. Avoid alcohol, animal fats, organ meats, anchovies, sardines, tuna, salmon, and shellfish. Limit other meats to 4 oz/day. Avoid high fructose corn syrup containing drinks and foods. Add egg whites, quinoa, soy as protein. Eat lots of citrus fruit and veggies. Drink 3 L /day. Multivit ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a disease of chronic anemia of redblood cells deficiency & size disorders- please ehat is the best diet & food for me?
Fruits/vegetable: In general all fruils and vegetables have fiber. Egg/meat/ fish donot. Prune/dates/mango/pineapple are good on fiber. Plantain has iron and fiber ( green banana ). Depending on the type of anemia more specific fruits and veges can be picked up. Can see a dietitian or talk to pmd. ...Read more
Normal diet.: Fiber is not needed to prevent anemia. Most anemias are caused by iron deficiency, especially in young women. Iron rich foods are red meat, dark green leafy vegetables, raisins and liver. The other nturients needed are B12 (mainly animal products) and Folic Acid (vegetables, fruits, nuts, fortified cereals and grains). ...Read more
Hi. I swim 2 per week and gym 4/w. Since lastyear I have had anemia in 3 tests.Improves with diet and iron pills, but return. Anemia related to sport?
Anemia: Would check for food intolerences especially gluten. You can have anemia with gluten intolerence without having celiac disease. Would also check B12, methylmalonic acid for pernicious anemia.Rarely in extremes of weather ,temperature individuals who are sickle cell trait carriers, thalassemia or are G6PD deficient will react to high exercise so check for that . ...Read more
Would people with anemia and thalassemia experience more fatigue during diets that people without it? For example a ketogenic diet?
Address issues : If you have thalassemia minor and a very mild anemia as a result, it is a non-problem unless you marry someone else with it. If you have a second cause of significant anemia, it needs to be addressed. Unless the ketogenic diet is prescribed for epilepsy, please reconsider. These fad diets are likely to make you feel unwell and are less effective than developing a fitness habit. ...Read more
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