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13.0 Effects On Blood Haemoglobin

Gupta et al. (2005a) also showed in their rabbit studies that feeding sugar apple (Annona squamosa) pulp increased haemoglobin levels by up to 21% (Figure 8).  This response, if translated to humans, could provide a significant boost to an athlete's performance.

Figure 8.  Effects of feeding sugar apple (Annona squamosa) fruit pulp for one month on total haemoglobin concentrations in normal and diabetic rabbits (Gupta et al., 2005a)

Figure 8.  Effects of feeding sugar apple (Annona squamosa) fruit pulp for one month on total haemoglobin concentrations in normal and diabetic rabbits (Gupta et al., 2005a)

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