Blood, how does it support nutrition and health?

Updated: Jul 13


The blood in your body is a transport system for your nutrition, toxins, white and red blood cells, and whatever comes into the body. Many people spend a lifetime forming their blood to be a positive or negative stream.


This is why we have many barriers to protect us from what can get into the bloodstream. Our barriers before things hit the blood are skin, sinuses, tonsils, adenoids, stomach, intestines, and mucosal lining. This is why it is important to have these areas healthy.


Good blood flow is essential for a healthy body and the ability to nourish organs. Specifically, the brain and eyes, the upper part of the body is the hardest spot to get circulation. Blood depends on filtering organs to keep things out and to filter things that have been able to get in back out. It delivers hormones. cells, and oxygen.


The blood is not only full of nutrients but also carries plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. There is an abundance of water in the blood. The plasma is where you find minerals, proteins, glucose, fats, and vitamins.


All these things in the blood support health, nourish organs, and protect you from bleeding out. Delivering cells to fight infections and bacteria. Clearing waste that may enter the bloodstream.


This month we will be discussing blood and what organs impact cleaning blood, and what foods help support cleaning the blood and building blood.


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