Low White Blood Count Diet | The Orange Rocket
Low White Blood Count Diet Drink
Our blood is made of four main components – i.e. red blood corpuscles, white blood corpuscles, platelets and plasma. White Blood Cells are also known as leucocyte which only make up 1% of the blood but it is highly significant for its functions. Normally, there are around 7,000 to 25,000 White blood cells in one liter blood of an adult.
There are five major types of White Blood Cells. Those are –
Each one of these five types of WBC has different functions that contribute to our good health.
Why We Need White Blood Cells?
Despite the fact that we have very little amount of white blood cells in our blood, we need it for our survival. The leucocytes are cells which protect our body from the diseases and illnesses by fighting with the bacteria, viruses and harmful microorganisms.
It fights the infections and allergies and keeps our body healthy and fully functional. When the germs attack our body, the white blood cells rush to that area and fight against the invaders. The WBC count in our blood can help the doctors detect several hidden diseases including cancer.
Today we will share with you an easy drink you can add to your diet to increase your WBC. Remember you should always consult with your doctor before trying any new diet.
1/2 cup of pineapples or 100% pineapple juice
1 packet of Emergen-C 1000 mg Super Orange
Dash of cinnamon
If you are using cut pineapples, please blend it up in your blender first with at least 2 oz of spring water, then strain to collect the juice.
Mix your Emergen-C with 4 oz of spring water
Stir-in a dash of cinnamon
Stir-in at least 1 oz of pineapple juice
Emergen-C is good for anybody 14 years or older. The 1000 mg Emergen-C with the pineapple juice will help boost your ANC (white blood count) levels. For adults, you can drink this at least 2 times a day for faster results if you are trying to boost your numbers in time for your next blood draw.
Going forward to keep your count up, you should consider taking a daily Vitamin C supplement. In our personal expereinces Vitamin C is the number 1 supplement to maintain a healthy white blood count level.