Natural Health Care Products, Gifts for Living a Healthier Life

2668 days ago | Natural Health | victoria

Case studies about natural health care products are great tools in today’s world. We live in times when vast amounts of information are generously provided to help us discern what we can use to stay healthy. There are a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, botanicals, enzymes, and other natural remedies to choose from.

Recently I was fortunate enough to find a remedy that was a God send for a dear friend of mine. She was suffering from anemia. All of the iron pills and medications she had taken did not do that much to help her. Every day she was barely able to make it through her work shift.

Her situation was even more difficult because her father had a sickle cell anemia trait that, unfortunately, was passed on to her. That condition made it difficult, even without being anemic, for the protein hemoglobin in her red blood cells to carry oxygen to her body’s tissues. Her body was not able to absorb enough of the dietary iron that she was taking in.

Additionally, some forms of iron can cause constipation, which creates a new set of health issues.

I did some research based on all of the facts that she had given me about how her body was feeling and reacting. It took a while but I found a product that was a homeopathic remedy that addressed her symptoms. I told her all about it and asked her to give it a try. Since she had exhausted all other avenues…she decided to give it a try.

A week later I got a call from her. She told me that her energy level was up again. And she was able to make it through her work shifts without any problems. Even the dark circles under her eyes were starting to clear up. The homeopathic remedy was not causing her to be constipated either. She was very grateful. And I was happy to help! After all, what are friends for?

While doing research to help my friend, I found several interesting facts about anemia. Here are just a few of them. Half of patients in intensive care units are found to be anemic. In the USA, one fifth of pregnant women suffer from anemia. 87% of patients with chronic kidney disease have anemia. Half of the elderly people that live in nursing homes have anemia. Up to 48% of patients with heart failure were also found to be anemic. 1

An alternative approach to helping the high number of diverse groups of people suffering from anemia would, no doubt, be very beneficial.

( NAAC 10-2010 Education Kit, 1

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