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Top 5 Foods to Improve your Hemoglobin

  By posted Mar 15th 2012
Diet & Fitness

A drop in your blood count is a serious issue; it can be a sign of anemia, an infection, or even bleeding. The stakes are higher for women, especially those who aren't particular about iron and other nutrients in their diet, as the drop in hemoglobin could be more than usual, leading to weakness and poor routine performance. While the count does bounce back post menstruation or pregnancy, some complications could cause delays. How does one regulate healthy hemoglobin levels? By trusting nature. We are blessed with foods that can help us maintain healthy hemoglobin levels without having to bust open the bank account. *Images courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images

 

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