Poor blood pressure, i.e. insufficient number of red blood cells as well as low iron levels cause weakness, poor immunity and fatigue. If you’re pale, you feel tired and sleepy, it’s possible your blood pressure’s weakened. There are numerous causes that can affect your blood pressure, and some of them are unhealthy diets with poor fruit and vegetable use. There is no need to take artificial drugs that do more harm than good, when with natural ingredients you can significantly improve blood image and increase the number of erythrocytes in your blood. For anemic people, the recommendation is to include as many iron-rich foods as possible in your diet. Vegetables should be consumed with beans, peas, cereals, spinach, and meat liver, fish, tuna…
Here’s a recipe for syrup that can help you.
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Blood image enhancement syrup
1 kg beetroot
1 kg carrots
1 kg apples
250 grams of honey
Preparation: Cut out the beetroot, carrots and apple, add the chopped lemon and honey and leave to stand for 24 hours. Pour through the gauze and pour into a glass bottle that you should keep in the fridge.
Use: Drink one shot of this syrup each morning.
Beetroot is a very important ingredient in this recipe because it is full of minerals and vitamins, including extremely rare B12, and contains a high percentage of iron which is important for anemic people.
Carrots also fall into the healthiest vegetables because of their antioxidant effect, and also have a beneficial effect on skin and vision.
Apple may be the most prevalent fruit in the world. It has little energy value and is suitable for diet, but is therefore rich in minerals, vitamins and other useful ingredients.
Lemon is full of vitamin C, and it also speeds up fat degradation, boosts immunity…