Nutritional Imbalances: in Anemia

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ANEMIA
VITAMIN A deficiency
FOLIC acid deficiency
VITAMIN C deficiency
HEMATOPOIESIS
IRON deficiency anemia -- Prevention

Abstract:The article discusses the contribution of nutrient deficiencies to the development of anemia. Vitamin A deficiency results to the decline of serum which impairs the synthesis of synthesis and sickle cell anemia. Folic acid deficiency develops aplastic and red cell anemia, however, it could be treated with fotale supplementation. Vitamin C induces non-heme iron absorption which stimulate hematopoiesis and prevents iron-deficiency anemia.

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