How To Increase Hemoglobin Level In Pregnancy?

Sumera Saeed

How To Increase Hemoglobin Level In Pregnancy?

Increase Hemoglobin Level In Pregnancy. In pregnancy, your food nutrition is divided into two portions, one for you and one for your baby. During pregnancy, you face ups and downs in health.  You go for a number of tests during pregnancy but the most important is the hemoglobin test. This test will show you the haemoglobin level in your body. If you find your haemoglobin level is lower than 10.0 g/dL, you need to take special precautions to increase its level because it can lead to complications.

Lots of women are diagnosed with lower hemoglobin levels during pregnancy. Although they prescribed iron supplements to cover RBC levels, today we will tell you a natural way of increasing red blood cells in the body.

1. Beetroot Juice for pregnancy:

Beetroot Juice is very much effective in increasing hemoglobin levels. Its regular use increases iron count in the body. Beetroot contains several health benefits it including magnesium, iron, potassium, folic acid, carbohydrates, protein, vitamins A, B6, and C, antioxidants, and soluble fiber.

How to make beetroot juice to increase hemoglobin level?

Cut a medium-sized beetroot into slices. Put them into the blender a tablespoon of sugar and one glass of water. Shake it well and drink it daily.  It will increase your hemoglobin level in just two weeks.

2. Pomegranate Juice for pregnancy:

Pomegranate Juice is also very helpful. But nowadays day pomegranates are very expensive, and not all afford it. If you can afford it you can use the Pomegranate Juice daily. It contains fibre, potassium, folic acid, fibre, vitamin C and K. It’s very good for you and your baby’s health.

3. Carrot Juice for pregnancy:

Carrots are a rich source of vitamins and minerals. Eating carrots and drinking carrot juice on a daily basis provides your body with a bunch of essential vitamins and nutrients such as potassium, magnesium, calcium, folate, and vitamin A.

Food for Increasing Hemoglobin Level In Pregnancy:

The doctors also recommend that you include more nutritious oriented and iron-rich foods in your diet, such as:

  • meat and fish
  • eggs
  • dried fruits, such as dates and figs
  • broccoli
  • green beans
  • nuts and seeds
  • green leafy vegetables, such as kale and spinach
  • peanut butter
  • soy products, including tofu and edamame

The Bottom Line:

I hope this article will help cope with the lower hemoglobin level in pregnancy and in case if you suffer from anaemia. For more health and beauty updates stay in touch with

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Hi, this is Sumera Saeed: A seasoned content writer with 12+ years of experience, I craft compelling content across diverse platforms. My expertise covers e-commerce, finance, news media, and currently, the vital Pakistani blogosphere. As Managing Editor and Content Writer at, I am passionate about creating engaging content. I am always excited to discover new trends and writing techniques. Feel free to connect at [email protected] to discuss content tips, write-ups, or potential collaborations.

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