Amla (Indian gooseberries)
Amla is also rich in Vitamin C and provides all the benefits that lemon does. In addition to this, amla is rich in antioxidants and thus helps in preventing numerous health problems which can lead to low platelet count.
Beet root also prevents the free radical damage of platelets and helps in increasing its number. Therefore, consuming a glass of beet root juice can greatly help in increasing the number of platelets.
A study published in International Journal of Universal pharmacy and Life Sciences states that wheatgrass can be beneficial in increasing the number of platelets in our blood. This happens because wheatgrass is high in chlorophyll, with a molecular structure like that of haemoglobin molecule in our body. You can consume half a cup of wheatgrass juice with a little lemon juice for increasing its effectiveness.
Vitamin C is a nutrient that enhances iron absorption by binding itself with iron. This prevents the formation of insoluble and unabsorbable iron compounds.
Aloe Vera helps in blood purification process. It is also effective in preventing blood infections. All this leads to increase in blood platelet count and treats the problem of low platelets effectively.
Spinach is rich in Vitamin K, which helps in prevention of blood loss from cuts and injuries. Also, daily consumption of spinach juice can drastically improve the number of blood platelets.