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Macrocytic anemia is a defect in red blood cell production in which the cells produced are much larger than normal. This is usually due to a deficiency in vitamin B12 intake, a lack of intrinsic factor (necessary to absorb B12), or other related condition.

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Optimal Whole B

Female +B

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Self-Help Guidelines

  • Increase intake of foods containing complete protein (eggs, fish, poultry, lean meat).
  • Increase intake of foods containing vitamin C (broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, strawberries).
  • Increase intake of foods containing vitamin B12 (Optimal Whole B, spirulins, eggs lean meats, poultry, dairy)

Medication Often Used to
Treat Symptom

Possible Side Effects
OHS Products to Minimize
Negative Effects
Vitamin B12 InjectionNeed to take high doses
of vitamin C
Optimal Whole C
DiarrheaOptimal 1 Digestion
Optimal Flora
Visual Changes

Optimal 2 Vitamin/ Mineral/Antioxidant
Optimal Whole B