Superfoods to boost haemoglobin levels

Published on Jul 19, 2022 08:39 PM IST
  • Haemoglobin, a protein in your red blood cells, carries oxygen to body's organs and tissues. When you have low haemoglobin levels or anaemia, you may feel tired or weak. Here are some foods to boost haemoglobin levels and beat anaemia.
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"Low haemoglobin count is quite common in India, especially in women, so in order to ensure a healthy haemoglobin level one must include these foods to their diet," says Nutritionist Lovneet Batra in her recent Instagram post.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jul 19, 2022 08:39 PM IST

"Low haemoglobin count is quite common in India, especially in women, so in order to ensure a healthy haemoglobin level one must include these foods to their diet," says Nutritionist Lovneet Batra in her recent Instagram post.(Pixabay)

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Amarnath greens: We are always looking for good sources of iron, and amaranth leaves don’t disappoint. Iron-rich, amaranth greens promote coagulation and increase haemoglobin content and red blood cell counts.(Pinterest) View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jul 19, 2022 08:39 PM IST

Amarnath greens: We are always looking for good sources of iron, and amaranth leaves don’t disappoint. Iron-rich, amaranth greens promote coagulation and increase haemoglobin content and red blood cell counts.(Pinterest)

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Dates: Iron content in dates can increase the number of erythrocytes thereby increasing haemoglobin levels. Dates are one of the fruits that contain iron (Fe) which is enough to match the needs of iron (Fe), vitamin C, vitamin B complex and folic acid that can help the formation of red blood cells. Consuming the dates can help improve the formation of red blood cells and prevent anaemia.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jul 19, 2022 08:39 PM IST

Dates: Iron content in dates can increase the number of erythrocytes thereby increasing haemoglobin levels. Dates are one of the fruits that contain iron (Fe) which is enough to match the needs of iron (Fe), vitamin C, vitamin B complex and folic acid that can help the formation of red blood cells. Consuming the dates can help improve the formation of red blood cells and prevent anaemia.(Pixabay)

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Raisins: Raisins are a rich source of iron and copper which are necessary for the formation of red blood cells and increase haemoglobin level.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Raisins: Raisins are a rich source of iron and copper which are necessary for the formation of red blood cells and increase haemoglobin level.(Pixabay)

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Millets: Studies say that regular consumption of millets can improve haemoglobin and serum ferritin levels to reduce iron deficiency anaemia, which is rising globally.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Millets: Studies say that regular consumption of millets can improve haemoglobin and serum ferritin levels to reduce iron deficiency anaemia, which is rising globally.(Pixabay)

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Sesame seeds: Sesame seeds contain various important nutrients, namely iron, folate, flavonoids, copper and other nutrients that play a role in increasing haemoglobin levels.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Sesame seeds: Sesame seeds contain various important nutrients, namely iron, folate, flavonoids, copper and other nutrients that play a role in increasing haemoglobin levels.(Pixabay)

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Other sources include jamun, dry apricots, ragi, lentils, moringa leaves, tamarind pulp, groundnut…(iStock) View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jul 19, 2022 08:39 PM IST

Other sources include jamun, dry apricots, ragi, lentils, moringa leaves, tamarind pulp, groundnut…(iStock)

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