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What diet can i take to increase RBC in blood ?

My sister has her RBC-counts gone below five, she was in hospital, got five units of blood . Had some test done and now she is under medical treatment . She is vegetarian, can you suggest some fruits and vegetable to increase her RBC soon.
Asked On : Tue, 29 Mar 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Take. Syr. Orofer XT 10ml twice a day for 3-6 mths
In diet take Leafy Green Vegetables,
Take Apple,Orange,Pomegranates, Sweet Lime, Amala
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jaggery, apples bananas guava dates all green leafy vegetables...
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Homeopath Dr. Rangadhar Satapathy's  Response
Hi gretings from health care magic
First thing is to treat the cause of low RBC count. Second thing is to manage the Hb% up to minimum 10gm% by blood transfusion. after that any natural procedure can be adopted to increase the RBC count and Hb%.
-Ferrum protoxalatum - 1x or 3x - (Homeopathy medicine)- Three times daily, Ferum phos- 30 X - 4 tabs TD
-Fresh wheat grass juice can help
-Khajoor - daily 2 to 4 pieces
-Certain foods rich in the vitamins and nutrients your body needs can enhance your immune system and blood counts. These include iron rich foods such as beets, dried fruits, lentils, green leafy vegetables, broccoli, raisins, prunes, and whole grain flour
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