- Helps for health blood circulation and controls blood thickness
- Increases oxygen content of the blood
- Prevents tiredness and listlessness
- Helps with absorption of carbohydrates to supply the body with energy.
- Removes blockages from the body system
- Promotes elimination of water.
PRODUCT DETAILS :The term sickle cell disease (SCD) describes a group of inherited red blood cell disorders. People with SCD have abnormal hemoglobin, in their red blood cells. Hemoglobin is a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen throughout the body. ''Inherited'' means that the disease is passed by genes from parents to their children. SCD is not contagious. A person cannot catch it, like a cold or infection, from someone else. People who have SCD inherit two abnormal hemoglobin genes, one from each parent. In all forms of SCD, at least one of the two abnormal genes causes a person's body to make hemoglobin S. When a person has two hemoglobin S genes, hemoglobin SS, the disease is called sickle cell anemia. This is the most common and often most severe kind of SCD. Cells in tissues need a steady supply of oxygen to work well. Normally, hemoglobin in red blood cells takes up oxygen in the lungs and carries it to all the tissues of the body. Red blood cells that contain normal hemoglobin are disc shaped (like a doughnut without a hole). This shape allows the cells to be flexible so that they can move through large and small blood vessels to deliver oxygen. Sickle hemoglobin is not like normal hemoglobin. It can form stiff rods within the red cell, changing it into a crescent, or sickle shape. Sickle-shape cells are not flexible and can stick to vessel walls, causing a blockage that slows or stops the flow of blood. When this happens, oxygen can't reach nearby tissues. The lack of tissue oxygen can cause attacks of sudden, severe pain, called pain crises, these pain attacks can occur without warning. The red cell sickling and poor oxygen delivery can also cause organ damage. Over a lifetime, SCD can harm a person's Spleen, brain, eyes, lungs, liver, heart, kidneys, penis, joints, bones, or skin. The body is always making new red blood cells to replace the old cells, however, in SCD the body may have trouble keeping up with how fast the cells are being destroyed. Because of this, the number of red blood cells is usually lower than normal. This condition, called anemia, can make a person have less energy. Sickle cell disease is a life-long illness. The severity of the disease varies widely from person to person. Wholefoods supplements in 1)Vitamin E, 2) Tre-en-en, 3) Vitamin B Complex, 4) Carotenoid Complex 5) Nutrishake, 6) Formula IV Plus, will help.