Ginger and iron deficiency anaemia

Taking ginger can help to improve iron deficiency anaemia in two ways. First, ginger can help the absorption of iron. Second, ginger stimulates the production of red blood cells and increase the haemoglobin count. Together the anaemic condition can be reversed. Not surprisingly, ginger has been used in TCM to replenish the blood for thousands of years.

Preventing side effects after vaccination

Vaccines for COVID-19 can trigger unwanted side effects. Even though these side effects are mostly mild and short-lasting, they can be a nuisance. Biobran, Astragalus, Echinacea, Curcumin, and probiotics are my nutraceutical choices to prevent immune side effects.

Blue light and health

Overexposure to blue light is a cause for increasing cataract and age-related macular degeneration in recent years, not to mention the negative consequences of circadian rhythm disruption. Learn to protect yourself from blue light with blue light filter, antioxidant nutrients, and good bedtime habits.