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Effect of iron and vitamin C supplementation on anemia in girls

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by J.K. Sangha

by J.K. Sangha

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    • MEAN DAILY INTAKE OF IRON & VITAMIN C BY THE SUBJECTS BEFORE AND AFTER
    [email_address] HAEMOGLOBIN LEVEL OF THE SUBJECTS BEFORE & AFTER SUBJECTS SUPPLEMENTED WITH IRON FOLIC ACID + AMLA POWDER : 13.6 % INCREASE IN THE MEAN HAEMOGLOBIN LEVEL 9.7 % INCREASE IN THE GROUP SUPPLEMENTED WITH IRON FOLIC ACID + LEMON WATER IMPROVED HAEMATOLOGICAL PROFILE : USE OF BOTH VITAMIN-C AND IRON SUPPLEMENTS 50 mg of vitamin C should be incorporated in the diet to enhance the effect of iron absorption Weekly iron supplementation along with natural source of vitamin C is more beneficial than synthetic vitamin C www.pau.edu.org Nutritional intervention strategies
    • Group size : 30
    • De-worming of all subjects

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