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What Foods Help Increase Hemoglobin Level?

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In consultation with Curejoy Expert Claude Butler:

Hemoglobin is a vital iron-rich protein present in blood cells. It is present in red blood cells and contribute to their colour. It is one the most vital proteins as it carries oxygen to different parts of the body. Deficiency in hemoglobin means that there are not enough helpers to carry oxygen, due to which people feel tired. When hemoglobin levels decrease, you may face fatigue, weakness and shortness of breath. Iron deficiency is known to be the most common cause for a low hemoglobin count, since it is one of the most important elements in hemoglobin production. Here are a few foods that’ll help increase your hemoglobin levels.

Foods That Increase Hemoglobin Level:

Seafood: Varieties of seafood like tuna, clams, oysters, starfish, salmon and sardines are very rich sources of hemoglobin. Include these varieties of seafood in your diet for a healthy hemoglobin count.

Liver: Liver is known to be the powerhouse of iron, and is one of the best ways to boost your hemoglobin levels. 100 gm of chicken liver contains 9 mg of iron. However, beef liver is considered best since it is very rich in iron and has less cholesterol.

Vegetables:¬†Beetroot is the best natural remedy to boost blood count, it has the ability to regenerate iron content and activates red blood cells, supplying fresh oxygen to the blood. Other vegetables that’ll help you scale up your hemoglobin are spinach, green peas, kidney beans, cabbage, sweet potato and broccoli. Add these vegetables to your diet, and stay healthy.

Nuts: All nuts have high iron content in them, but almonds are known to dominate them with the highest iron content. Consume them everyday to increase your hemoglobin level.

Pumpkin Seeds: 100 gm of pumpkin seeds contain 15 mg of iron, which is about 83 percent of the recommended daily value, and hence a rich source of hemoglobin. Pumpkin seeds are also known to have other health benefits like lowering cholesterol.

Strawberries: Strawberries contain iron and are also known to help in the absorption of iron. Being a rich source of vitamin C, it helps in the absorption of iron in the blood.

Dark Chocolate: For all chocolate lovers, here’s good news for you. 100 gm of dark chocolate is known to contain 17 mg of iron. Make sure the chocolate you consume is atleast 80 percent dark chocolate, to increase your hemoglobin count.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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MartyTko Hale
MartyTko Hale 5pts

Lo! Good $hit' Like Drinkin Pickle Juice 4-Kidneys/Laxative/Etc!? Right! GQ.Tko.#1

Lilliam GT
Lilliam GT 5pts

los diabeticos no podemos consumirla :(

Anita Jayne
Anita Jayne 5pts

:-D and red/pink water works :-D hahaha hugs Hun xxxxx

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

Dianne Baxter Please do share! :)

Dianne Baxter
Dianne Baxter 5pts

I like getting this info. Need to share to keep. Sorry!

Ana Yount
Ana Yount 5pts

My clients and I juice daily Beets are added to our juices., organic of course!!! Delicious!!! Add lime and cayenne pepper Oh what an awesome juice!!!!

Spirit Psalmsixnine
Spirit Psalmsixnine 5pts

Beet taste bad but I do drink it . Just thought of it I'm getting sick now but it good 4 us

Humaira Kaukab
Humaira Kaukab 5pts

Healthy...sometime i like but not always....beets...not gud at taste

HiraYousuf
HiraYousuf 5pts

pleas give the remidy of hair thicning

Corazon Meneses
Corazon Meneses 5pts

It is so healthy! But not so yummy taste....i more prepared to eat as pickled beetroot in cider vinegar....

Dattaram Pani
Dattaram Pani 5pts

What r the things U never mention about the ingredients