1. Meat The intake of sufficient animal protein is vital for increasing red blood cells in the body. All varieties of red meat like beef, mutton, and ham and other meats like chicken, turkey and meat liver are excellent sources of iron which are necessary for haemoglobin production. … [Read more...] about Iron-Rich Foods For Pregnant Women
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The control group of rats who were fed trigonelline have shown an increase in glucose levels for 15 minutes followed by a gradual decrease in the blood glucose for the next 120 minutes. On the other hand, another control group in which trigonelline was not fed has shown a gradual increase in glucose levels for 120 minutes.  … [Read more...] about Pumpkin And Diabetes: Why Pumpkin Can Be A Superfood To Control Blood Glucose?
Anaemia is a critical health concern in India, affecting over 50 per cent women. Usually, haemoglobin less than 12 gm/dL is considered as anaemia, and women are at a higher risk for developing anaemia. Several reasons contribute to anaemia: poor nutrition, worm infections, heavy and abnormal menstruation, and pregnancy where there is a higher need for haemoglobin in the blood. … [Read more...] about Female Anaemia Risk Indicator Tool To Help Indian Women Beat Anaemia