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    Wednesday, August 12, 2015

    Iron deficiency Could Be Indicator of Cancer

    Always feeling tired, pale and often feel palpitations are a sign that you are iron deficient. Be careful, iron deficiency can interfere with the body's oxygen intake. Iron is essential for the body, because iron helps meet the needs of oxygen in your body. The body uses iron to form hemoglobin, the part of red blood cells. If your body does not have enough iron, the body will form red blood cells are smaller and fewer in number. Furthermore, your body will lack hemoglobin and you will be deprived of oxygen.

    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), iron deficiency is the most common nutritional disorder that occurs in the world. About 2 billion people, which means more than 30 percent of the world's population, thought to suffer from iron deficiency. Mostly occurs in women, especially those who are of childbearing age. So, if you feel you have severe iron deficiency symptoms, it is advisable to immediately go to the doctor.

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    Meet the needs of iron by eating healthy foods that are rich in iron, such as red meat, fish, chicken, spinach, kale, beans, eggs, and milk. In addition, the consumption of vitamin C will be easier for the body to absorb iron. In fact, a study reported that consumption of small amounts of vitamin C will increase the body's ability to absorb iron up to three times. Source of vitamin C that can be consumed, such as cauliflower, broccoli, tomatoes, and lemon juice.

    However, for the consumption of iron supplements, you should consult your iron needs a doctor. Because, in some people, consumption of iron supplements cause constipation. Consumption of natural foods to improve iron levels seem to be more healthy for your body.

    Iron deficiency is not only associated with symptoms easily tired and exhausted, but also can be an indicator of cancer. Although rare, but no cancer cells that can take iron in the blood, causing anemia person. According to specialists in internal medicine, anemia is not a disease, but a symptom to look for an underlying cause or the underlying disease anemia.

    Anemia is a condition that describes the levels of hemoglobin or the number of erythrocytes (red blood cells) in the blood is less than normal value. Anemia is generally caused by the loss of red blood cells as a result of bleeding during an accident or surgery. Decreased production of red blood cells, and increased red blood cell destruction, or hemolysis also causes anemia. Cancer disease characterized by anemia not only blood-related cancers such as leukemia, but also other cancers such as breast cancer, gastrointestinal cancer and others.

    However, it does not mean that anemia is always an indicator of cancer. Anemia can be defined as a fever, which is not yet definite symptoms of certain diseases, but can be very broad. Then to ascertain what the cause of anemia, examination should be done properly. In addition to cancer, anemia may be an indicator of thalassemia disease, kidney disease, liver disease, connective tissue disease, chronic infections, and nutritional disorders.
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