Nourish the blood
The human body is made up of 50-60% water, mostly in the body’s tissues and cells, and contains 7-8% of body weight in blood. For example, an adult weighing about 70 kg will have 5-6 liters of blood. In addition to blood, the blood serves to transport oxygen and various nutrients to circulate in the body. It also serves to eliminate germs and remove foreign matter from the body.
blood or Plasma is the most common constituent, 55% of all blood is basal PH value 7.4 Contains Water 91% Other substances such as Protein 7% vitamins, minerals, enzymes, hormones, gases 2% (transports enzymes, hormones, gases, minerals, vitamins and various nutrients that After being digested, it goes to the cells and receives the waste from the cells to be disposed of outside the body.)
- Red blood cells (lives 110-120 days) are made from the bone marrow, liver, spleen
- White blood cells (7-14 days old) are larger than red blood cells. Has the function of destroying pathogens White blood cells are destroyed by Germs 80% Bone marrow and Spleen Human body has 5000-10,000 white blood cells/1 ml of blood
Blood nourishing nutrients
If not receiving enough nutrients blood system malfunction The body will also function abnormally. Therefore, we should pay attention to some nutrients to nourish the blood.
- Iron Helps red blood cells to carry oxygen to nourish the body.
- Folic acid and vitamin B12 work together to help the body absorb iron
- Copper carries iron to the bone marrow to make red blood cells
- Vitamin A helps in red blood cell formation as well