Are you saying she has low hemoglobin? Did the doctor suggest she's anemic? If she tested very low, and I don't know what the % means in your post, she's either suffering from internal bleeding or some other problem, or she's not getting enough of the nutrients in the body that build blood cells. This would mostly be iron, but in some cases is folate and B12 and some other nutrients. One thing to do is eat foods high in iron, such as algaes, parsely, beets, dandelion greens, and many other greens. Animal foods are the highest in B12, but spriulina is also high in it. Chlorophyll has the same chemical structure essentially as hemoglobin, so she can drink liquid chlorophyll or take pills or take foods high in chlorophyll such as chlorella or again spirulina or alfalfa. But given she's had a blood test, what are the doctors saying?
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