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10 Natural Remedies to Keep Anaemia at Bay

Nutrition
Dr. Khoobsurat Najma
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10 Natural Remedies to Keep Anaemia at Bay

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Anaemia occurs due to a drop in the number of red blood cells in the body. Foods that are rich in iron and folic acid help in keeping the haemoglobin level up and hence effectively fight anaemia.

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Anaemia, or low haemoglobin level, is one of the most common health problems faced by women and children in our country. Anaemia occurs due to a drop in the number of red blood cells in the body, and it is common in pregnant women, growing children, and in women who have heavy periods. Foods that are rich in iron and folic acid help in keeping the haemoglobin level up and hence effectively fight anaemia.

Here are some foods that are great for preventing anaemia:

Green leafy vegetables

Green leafy vegetables like methi (fenugreek), spinach, collard greens, coriander, and Malabar spinach are excellent sources of iron. They are also rich sources of folic acid that is essential for regulating the haemoglobin level. Try and include these vegetables in your daily diet to keep anaemia at bay.

Pomegranate

Pomegranate is a rich source of iron, calcium, and magnesium. It is also a rich source of vitamin C that helps in the better absorption of iron. Most nutritionists and healthcare providers consider pomegranate as one of the best natural remedies to treat anaemia. Having 2–3 servings of ripe pomegranate seeds daily is a recommended way of preventing anaemia and increasing the haemoglobin level. You can sprinkle the seeds over salads and cereals or have them in the form of smoothies and fresh juices.

Dates are packed with iron, vitamin B complex, dietary fibre, antioxidants, and vitamin C

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Dates

Dates are packed with iron, vitamin B complex, dietary fibre, antioxidants, and vitamin C. Have a handful of dates as a midday or afternoon snack or add them to your breakfast cereals or smoothies.

Jaggery (Gur)

Jaggery or gur has been used as an effective remedy for anaemia since ages. It is a very rich source of iron, and when consumed regularly, it can increase the haemoglobin level in your body. You can use it as a sugar substitute, and add it to your daily cuppa. Else, have a small piece of gur as a dessert after meals to get your daily dose of iron.

Shatavari is obtained from the plant Asparagus racemosus and is recommended by Ayurveda experts for treating anaemia

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Shatavari

Shatavari is obtained from the plant Asparagus racemosus and is recommended by Ayurveda experts for treating anaemia. It is available commercially in a powdered form or as liquid and can be mixed with warm milk. It is a very good source of iron and is popular in the Indian subcontinent for treating anaemia.

Apples

Apples are packed with countless vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, including iron. Have 1–2 servings of ripe apples daily to cure anaemia effectively. You can add it to your breakfast cereal, carry it as a morning snack to work, or have it right before your exercise routine.

Honey

Honey is a golden elixir that is loaded with the richness of iron, copper, and manganese. It works wonders in keeping the haemoglobin level up and in increasing vigour and vitality. It also helps boost immunity and improves overall health and well-being. Add honey to a glass of warm water, and drink it on an empty stomach. You can also add honey to your breakfast cereals, desserts, and cut fruits to reap maximum benefits.

Herbs

There are many herbs that have been used for the treatment of anaemia. They are storehouses of iron and folic acid and help in boosting the haemoglobin level in the body. These include:

  • A tincture of Yellow Dock Root:  1/2 or 1 tsp. thrice in a day
  • An extract or the root of a Dandelion leaf: 1/2 or 1 tsp. or two capsules a day
  • A salad prepared with Dandelion greens

Bananas

Bananas when consumed with honey boost the production of haemoglobin in the blood and are a recommended remedy for anaemia by many nutritionists.

Almonds

Almonds are a rich source of iron in addition to many essential nutrients. Soak a handful of almonds overnight, peel them, and have them daily on an empty stomach. They can significantly improve anaemia when taken regularly for 3–6 months.

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