B12/folate, Vitamin C, Copper,
well just eat right. Thats what i do!
Evidence supports that multiple dietary factors affect blood pressure. One Example of diet change that effectively lower blood pressure is weight loss.
Rh factors do affect dietary recommendations. Because blood type does not universally apply to everybody, one should check with a doctor to find precise information on an individual level.
There are four factors that affect the blood pressure. The things that can affect blood pressure are stress, genetics, a high salt intake, and exercise.
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Without B12, red blood cell production is greatly reduced
Iron is required by the hemoglobin in red blood cells. Hemoglobin carries oxygen to all areas of the body. A lack of dietary iron could decrease the oxygen-carrying capacity of red blood cells, which can lead to anemia.
Yes. Insulin production usually decreases with age, which causes blood sugar to rise. This can be counteracted with exercise and a low-GI diet.
I I think it is 1. size of the blood vessel lumen 2. blood viscosity 3. total blood vessel length
Red blood cell production, also called erythropoiesis, is mainly stimulated by a protein hormone called erythropoietin (EPO). Other factors, including cytokines like the colony-stimulating factors (CSFs) are also important.