Anemia is basically a condition where our body fails to produce the required amount of nutrients. And Nature has given plenty of scope to fulfill our body's needs and revover the lost nutrients. Here are a few remedies that you can try out at home and see if it works for you: - Eat dry dates that help in increasing the hemoglobin level - Drink beetroot juice or eat raw beetroot - Consume soyabean and raggi in any form - An apple a day - Almonds - Vitamin C rich food - Take a daily dose of spinach and tomato mixed juice
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