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4/22/21

Learn what to eat to increase oxygen in your blood; Which protein delivers oxygen to all the organs of the body


Information needed during Corona's time:  Learn what to eat to increase oxygen in your blood; Which protein delivers oxygen to all the organs of the body






In this time of corona, people are worried about maintaining the oxygen level in their blood along with increasing their immunity against diseases. So first of all, find out how blood delivers oxygen to different parts of our body.

Hemoglobin (Hb) is the protein in our blood's red blood cells (RBCs) that carries oxygen (O2) from the lungs to the body's organs and returns carbon dioxide (CO2) from there. This oxygen is used to make energy in the cells of various organs. If you want to maintain the level of oxygen in your body, you should eat foods that increase the hemoglobin in your blood. Doctors are of the opinion that hemoglobin should be about 13.5 g / dc liter for men and 12 g / dc liter for women.



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According to Harvard Health and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the body needs copper, iron, vitamin A, vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B5, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, and folic acid to maintain the right amount of hemoglobin. . Having these nutrients in such a condition will increase the level of oxygen in our blood.

Find out if eating will give us all these nutrients ...



About 90 grams of oysters i.e. oysters contain 245% of our daily requirement of copper.
About 90 grams of crab or turkey contains 30% of our daily requirement of copper.
Chocolate, potatoes, sesame, cashews, chillies and mushrooms are rich in copper.
Eating about 30 grams of chocolate meets up to 45% of copper requirement.



Goats, ducks, chickens and oysters contain iron which is easily absorbed by our body.
About 180 grams of meat contains 52% of our daily requirement of iron.
Beans, dark green leafy vegetables, beans and peas.
One cup of lentils meets 100% of our iron requirement.



Vitamin A is similar to iron. It is found in abundance in organ meat (liver) and eggs.
About 90 grams of meat provides 444% of our daily requirement of Vitamin A.
Sweet potatoes, carrots, milk, mangoes and spinach contain vitamin A as beta carotene.
Vanilla ice cream is also a source of vitamin A.
Half a cup of carrots provides 184% of our daily requirement of vitamin A.



90 grams of chicken or turkey provides 50% of our daily requirement of Vitamin B3.
It can meet the requirement up to 12-26% even with about one cup of rice.
Roasted potatoes, roasted sunflowers and milk seeds, roasted peanuts contain 8% to 26% niacin.



Eggs, organ meat (kidney and liver) and milk are rich in riboflavin.
90 grams of liver meat can provide 223% of the daily requirement of riboflavin.
Riboflavin is also found in apples, beans, sunflower seeds and tomatoes, including oats, yogurt, milk, nuts, parmesan, bread, peel.
This vitamin is found in abundance in meat. However, it is also found in cereals, nuts, seeds and other vegetarian foods.



Meat (liver), chicken, tuna, fish and eggs are rich in vitamin B5.
90 grams of organ meat contains up to 166% of our daily requirement of vitamin B5.
Mushrooms, sunflower seeds, potatoes, peanuts, avocados, broccoli, brown rice, oats, cheese, etc. contain 8% to 52% of the required vitamin B5.



Vitamins B6 and B9 can be obtained from organ meat (liver), chicken, tuna, fish, bananas, spinach, avocado, Brussels sprouts, etc.
Vegetarians generally do not have vitamin B12.
However, special types of mushrooms such as black trumpet mushrooms, gold shuntrell mushrooms also contain B12.
Seafood green laver and purple laver are rich in B12.

The amount of nutrients needed to maintain an adequate amount of oxygen in the body



Nutrient

Proportion per day


Copper

2 mg


Iron

18 mg


Vitamin A

5000 International Units


Vitamin B2 Riboflavin

1.7 mg


Vitamin B3 Niacin

20 mg


Vitamin B5

10 mg


Vitamin B6

2 mg


Vitamin B9 Folic acid

400 micrograms


Vitamin B12

6 micrograms


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