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5 Exercises To Increase Your Hemoglobin Levels

Hemoglobin is the oxygen-transporting protein of blood cells. To increase your hemoglobin count, boost your red blood cell production with aerobic activities like walking, jogging, and running. Any kind of dancing will also help. If you want something that’s low impact, try biking or swimming. Nutrition also plays an important role. So eat more iron-rich foods like spinach, citrus fruits, and dates.

5 Effective Ways To Prevent Colorectal Cancer Naturally

Go for regular screen tests if you're 50 or have a family history of polyps, cancer, or IBD. Avoid red meat or processed meat. Load up on fibrous and colorful veggies and antioxidant-rich berries. Eat dairy products for calcium and spinach and sprouts for folic acid. Exercise in the sun for vitamin D and to keep obesity at bay. Go easy on the booze and stop smoking altogether.

Fancy Salad In 5 Easy Steps: Plate Up!

Add color, texture, and nutrients to your salad with red cabbages, sprouts, beets, avocados, carrots, peppers, kale, leafy greens, etc. Dice and store veggies in advance and use pre-washed greens to cut down on prep time. Recycle protein from dinner leftovers (grilled chicken or steak) as toppings for the salad. Add fat-rich avocados, olive oil, and nuts to absorb nutrients.

10 Foods You Should Eat Every Day For A Healthy Life

Add avocados and almonds to your diet for the healthy monounsaturated fats. For healthy proteins, eat eggs and quinoa. Get your antioxidants from green tea, blueberries, apples, spinach, and colorful bell peppers. Yogurt gives the probiotic punch to keep your gut bacteria healthy and your immune system strong. All these foods also contain essential minerals.