International Journal of Home Science
2016, VOL. 2 ISSUE 1, PART C
Effect of supplementation of soya multigrain panjiri on cardiovascular efficiency among women
Author(s): Dr. Nanda Gurwara, Sonal Agrawal
Anaemia is a major public health problem of the world today. Iron deficiency is most common cause of anaemia. Iron deficiency anaemia affects the physical capacity by reducing the availability of oxygen to the tissues which in turn affects the cardiovascular efficiency diet rich in iron place a very important role in improving the condition of India. Soya multigrain panjiri has been found to be a good source of essential amino acids and minerals like iron, calcium etc. The present study thus aims at finding out the effect of soya multigrain panjiri supplementation on cardiovascular efficiency among 50 hostellers anaemic women. Samples were selected by random sampling method. The subjects belonging to anaemic group were given supplementation of 75 gram soya multigrain panjiri for three months. The cardiovascular efficiency was measuring by modified Harvard step test prepared by Skubic and Hodgkins. Before and after Cardiovascular Efficiency of the subjects was measured prior to the commencement of study as well as after three months of supplementation. The result reveals that cardiovascular efficiency increased significantly after given supplementation of multigrain soya panjiri in subjects. It was concluded that dietary supplementation given to the subjects in the form of soya multigrain panjiri is useful in improvement their cardiovascular efficiency.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Nanda Gurwara, Sonal Agrawal. Effect of supplementation of soya multigrain panjiri on cardiovascular efficiency among women. International Journal of Home Science. 2016; 2(1): 178-180.