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Question: I am 27 week 4 days pregnant and my HB is 8.2.. is it mean i am anemic?? If yes than, does my low HB will effect on baby health??

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Answer: Hello dear. Yes having low hb does have an effect on the growth of your baby. I am sharing 7 superfoods that increase the haemoglobin: 1.) Beetroot- With the addition of hemoglobin in the body, it is beneficial in the problem of gas stomach gas. Not only this, beetroot is very effective in maintaining the skin in the jaw. Iron has more iron content than its beetle. 2.) Amla- Amla is very effective in removing the lack of blood in the body. Due to vitamin C, it keeps the health good. Amla can be used as marmalade, juice, salad and raw fruits. 3.) Basil-Tulsi also removes the lack of blood. Every morning, after chewing fresh leaves of Tulsi, the acidity of the blood will be removed and the blood will rise. 4.) Banana-Banana protein, iron, and minerals increase blood in your body. So eat banana every morning with milk. 5.) Guava- Guava is a fruit that eliminates the lack of blood and also provides essential antioxidants to the body. Especially eating baked guava produces more blood in the body. 6.) Spinach and fenugreek-fenugreek cleans the blood and simulates hemoglobin. By mixing it with spinach, eating blood also purifies blood and blood increases. If you can not eat this, then drink them both once a day. Will benefit. 7.) Tomatoes- Tomato is beneficial in increasing blood volume. It enhances the body's immune power. Tomato intake has no blood shortage. Tomato soup or tomatoes, increases the amount of blood in the body. Hope this helps.
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