If you think you have Anemia, this is for you

If you think you have Anemia, this is for you – If your red blood cells are not at an adequate level, it is common to know that condition as Anemia. In general, you can learn about the symptoms it produces in this previous entry on our blog, and today we proceed to describe more specific types of anemia that exist.

We want to accompany you to level your nutrients and get ahead of this condition. Keep reading and you will find valuable information and suggestions to achieve it.


Types of Anemia


Sickle Cell Anemia

Responds to the amorphity of red blood cells, which are usually round and have a morphology that makes it easier for them to be transported through the blood systems. In this condition, they take the shape of a sickle or crescent, thus hindering the flow of movement of the blood cells.

As a consequence, the blood cells break down and worsen the body’s respiratory process, causing extreme fatigue, difficulty growing, pain, swelling in the hands and feet, and vision problems.



Attributes  to a lack of vitamin B12 and the inability of the intestinal system to process red blood cells. It is usually caused by a weakness of the stomach lining or by autoimmune infections.

Iron deficiency anemia: It is, in fact, the most common type. As its name suggests, it is caused by a lack of iron in the body, which results in insufficient production of red blood cells that would carry oxygen where it belongs. Therefore, the respiratory problem is a symptom almost typical .



Anemia Detection Test:


Within our product offer, we have an alternative with which it is possible to categorize the type of Anemia that you may be experiencing. For this, only a blood sample is necessary and in three days you can already obtain answers and act based on a complete report of your state of health.

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