Beet root juice on haemoglobin among adolescent girls

  title={Beet root juice on haemoglobin among adolescent girls},
  author={N. Gayathri Priya and M. Malarvizhi},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Nursing and health Science},
Adolescence is a time of intense physical growth. It is also a stage of stress and strain. Most of them are having poor access to proper health care, nutrition and education. Beetroot juice is particularly beneficial as an anemia remedy for children and teenagers. Many studies proved that beet root also contribute to improve the haemoglobin level in the blood. Hence a study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of beet root juice on hemoglobin among adolescent girls. The objective of the… Expand
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  • 2008
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