You may be wondering how much blood do we have in our body. Well, I would say there is not an accurate answer to it. The amount of blood a person has depends on their age and size. But here at Fitonic we can definitely assure you to give certain tips on how to increase the blood in your body.

Age Grouphow much blood in the human body
BabiesBabies who are born in a full 9 months term have  around 75 ml of blood per Kg of their body weight. So Say a 2.5 kg weight baby will have around 187.5 ml of blood
ChildrenA child of say 36 kgs weight will have around 2650 ml of blood in their body
AdultsAn Average adult of bodyweight around 60-80 kgs will have around 4500 ml to 5700 ml of blood in their body.
Pregnant womenThey will have an extra 30 to 50 % blood compared to an avaerage adult of their size. This is to support the growing baby.
normal blood percentage in human body

Below are the frequently asked questions around this subject:

FAQsAnswers
How much blood in the human body in gramsAn Average adult of body weight say around 60-80 kgs  will have around 4500 ml to 5700 ml of blood in their body.
Normal blood percentage in the human bodyScientists say that volume of blood in human body is arund 7% of body weight
How much blood is in the human body in pintsAn average adult has around 10 pints of blood
how much blood is in the human body in quartsAn average adult has around 5 quarts of blood
how to increase blood in body

As promised above, here we go with the nutrients ot increase blood count in your body:

Nutrients that increase Red Blood Cells countName
Irondark green leafy vegetables like spinach and kale
Folic AcidBeans, legumes
Vitamin B12Dairy products, fish, eggs
CopperNuts, cherries, beans
Vitamin ASquash carrot, red peppers, watermelon, grapefruit, Spinach & kale

I hope the above information is useful to you . Feel free to ask any questions related to this topic. Please feel free to leave your comments.

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